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You cannot dream yourself into a character: 
you must hammer and forge yourself into one. 

— Henry D. Thoreau 

As you take the initial steps towards the next part of your 
journey into life, never lose grips with the reality that 
everything you will encounter will take hard work. As 
Thoreau states in the quote above, "you must hammer 
and forge" yourself into a quality character. Imagine a 
blacksmith hammering and forging a piece of steel into a useful tool; 
it takes sweat and muscle to forge the steel successfully. Hard work 
will always prevail. All too often, people choose to take the easy path 
and end up behind rather than ahead. Stay focused and be prepared 
to manage the more difficult times like the blacksmith forging searing 
hot steel. Life is a balance of the positive and negative, made easier 
by your willingness to work hard. This hard work is most beneficial 
if you expend the energy of that work in the form of preparation by 
attaining skills and being persistent in the production of the highest 
quality results. You are responsible for your own success. 

It has been my privilege to spend the last four years with the 
members of the Class of 201 2. The future, although sometimes scary 
and unknown, is limitless. Within your ranks may be the person who 
invents the next important change in the world. "Hammer and forge" 
solid foundations and stand firm on the knowledge you take from 
your time at WHS. Set lofty goals and always reach for the stars, for 
someday, they won't be so far away. I am proud of you and look 
forward to the impact you will have on the future. I will miss you all! 

Mr. Eric Tracy 
Principal 







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yearbook dedication 4 

senior section 5 

class history 

senior photos 

senior baby photos 

senior superlatives 
events section 64 

junior prom 201 1 

homecoming 201 1 

spirit week 

mr. and ms. whs 

dodgeball tournament 

holiday sweater week 
faculty & underclass section 86 

faculty photos 

junior class photos 

sophomore class photos 

freshman class photos 
sports section 1 18 

fall sports 

winter sports 

clubs section 138 

parent advertisements 152 

credits & thanks 160 

















The 201 2 Hourglass Yearbook 
is dedicated to 

ms. Linaa peccns 



Devotion. It's a simple idea, but requires more 
patience than most people have. It requires 
a passion that comes from within — a zest for 
life and a love for your career. Since 1 974, 
Math teacher and Curriculum Team Leader 
Ms. Linda Peters has dedicated her life to 
Wilmington Public School's staff and students. 



To most people, Ms. Peters is a quiet and seemingly no-nonsense 
math teacher who has certainly had her fair share of experience 
in everything from algebra to calculus. Her students, however, 
know that's not quite the case. While she may be reserved, she 
has just as much personality as your typical Zumba guru, and then 
some. Her witty remarks and occasional tangents add humor to a 
rigorous academic class. 

Ms. Peters is one of the most devoted teachers at Wilmington 
High School — she's here at six-thirty every morning and doesn't 
leave until seven or eight o'clock most nights. She rarely misses 
school, and when she does, it's often for a workshop or meeting. 
She always sees the potential in her students, even though they 
may not feel as confident. Ms. Peters is committed to helping her 
students succeed now and for years to come. 

Thank you, Ms. Peters, for your commitment and dedication to 
the Wilmington community. For over 37 years, you've taught 
thousands of students and inspired them to achieve, succeed and 
pave the way for future generations. 

"From teaching to writing, you've passed the test, 
Your dedication has placed you above the rest." 

— from Ms. Peter's poem, In Your Honor 



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Nothing will ever compare to the feeling we 



doors of Wilmington High School on the first day of our freshman year 
Not only were there new teachers, new faces, and new rules, but we 
also had to learn how to be a lot more independent and responsible 
and act appropriately with the freedom that we were given. 



Although freshman year was a huge transition to completely new 
surroundings, the Class of 201 2 entered the high school with a 
bang. Class elections initiated the year, electing President Phil 
Lentini, Vice President Steve Le, Treasurer James Mara, and Secretary 
Kristin Esdale. As the United States elected its first African American 
president, the year was also memorable for the H 1 N 1 epidemic as 
well as the tragic death of the King of Pop, Michael Jackson. As the 
year progressed, the Class of 20 1 2 witnessed their first Spirit Week 
with Superhero Day as the class theme. The Class of 20 1 2 was 
excited with all of the new experiences of high school. With the help 
of the class advisor, Miss Bortone, the officers thought of great ideas 
for fundraisers that would kick off their journey through high school. 
Towards the end of the year the class planned the traditional Spring 
Fling, which was a phenomenal hit! As the Class of 201 2 became 



comfortable in the school, there was no doubt that they 
to achieve great things and accomplish all of their goals. 



The Class of 20 1 2 had an unforgettable sophomore year. Despite 
the dreaded sophomore research paper, everyone enjoyed the 
year. Steve Le moved up a notch to Presidency and newly elected 
Lisamarie DiOrio took office as Vice President while Kristen Esdale 
served as Treasurer. Fundraisers began successfully with the sales of 
Blow Pops and continued throughout the year for different events. 
Haiti was struck with a traumatizing natural disaster, and students 
reached out to help by donating what they could. The Gulf of Mexico 
was also hit with tragedy with the occurrence of the BP oil spill. On 
the bright side, people from around the globe gathered together 
to watch the FIFA World Cup. As the year wound down, the class 
officers began recruiting class representatives to help with the major 
events for junior and senior year. 



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the Class of 20 1 2 it was. The class was busy with SATs and ACTs, 
college explorations, and scholarship applications. Wilmington High 
School's varsity field hockey team made it to states for the first time 
in nineteen years. During Spirit Week, the class had fun playing up 
the theme of Celebrity Day. The class elected new officers: President 
Beatrice Banda, Treasurer Jennifer Stewart, and Secretary Kelley 
Wilcox onto the team with Vice President Lisamarie DiOrio. The 
officers soon beqan workinq to plan an unforqettable prom. The 



team went into full throttle planning restaurant fundraisers and 
raffles. The Fall Market fundraiser was successful and fun for all of 
the volunteers that helped. The year culminated to a bumpin' Junior 
Prom at the Burlington Marriott in March. For the first time in years, 
the weather was sunny, breezy, and perfect for the event, with no 
snow or rain. The class got to witness the Royal Wedding, and on a 
darker note, the death of the infamous Osama Bin Laden. With the 
last year of high school approaching, students took advantage of 
the Ecuador trip, and the Class of 20 1 2 enjoyed their last summer 
vacation while in high school. 



Senior year for the Class of 20 1 2 was an epic and extraordinarily 
successful year. Students rejoiced with the introduction of the new 
cell phone policy thanks to the Student Ambassadors, and everyone 
jumped to take advantage of the rule. In addition, the 9/1 1 
Memorial Committee was created as a club, and the year stepped 
into full swing. Elected as officers were President, Derek Mayo; Vice 



President, Shelley Sullivan; Treasurer, Nikkia Marcin; and Secretary, 
Kelley Wilcox. Mrs. Burns was a wonderful addition to the team as 
well, and was welcomed as a new class advisor working together 
with Ms. Bortone. Together the officers dove into the planning 
process and brainstormed many fundraisers. The first was incredibly 
successful with the sales of feather hair extensions. Other restaurant 
fundraisers followed, as well as the sale of senior class sweatshirts 
and t-shirts. The officers put a twist on superlatives later in the 

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colleges and awaiting acceptance had finally melted away and the 



the corner. Other senior events such as the Senior Banquet, Senior 
Night, and the Senior Breakfast brought the Class of 201 2 together 
for the last time. As the town prepared for a new high school, the 
seniors appreciated being the last class to use the gym. Outside of 
the walls of Wilmington High School, the Occupy Boston campaign 
simmered down as well as the divorce of Kim Kardashian and the 
Casey Anthony Trial. It was a whirlwind of a year and certainly one 
the Class of 20 1 2 will not forget. 



The Class of 201 2 has had an enormous impact on Wilmington High 
School with their tremendous success and achievements over just 
four short years. Every student has grown and matured, and are 
ready to spread their wings when they enter the real world. Nothing 
will ever compare to the feeling we all got while walking out the 
doors of the high school on our last day of senior year. Not only are 
there going to be unfamiliar faces and no rules, we are going to 
have to learn to be even more independent and responsible and act 
appropriately with the freedom we are given. 



Senior Class Officers 

Derek Mayo, President 
Shelley Sullivan, Vice President 
Nikkia Marcin, Treasurer 
Kelley Wilcox, Secretary 




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Kyle Albanese 

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Four years has flown by. I want to 

thank family and friends for everything 

over the years. Glad to leave high 

school with no regrets. Some of the 

best times under the lights and on 

the court on Friday nights. These next 

years have more in store for us. "Don't 

look back on what could have been, 

look on to what could be." 

Seniors 201 2 never forqet. 



Zachary Anderson 

Zach, Zanderson 

It was a fun-filled 4 years especially 

with the soccer and tennis teams. 

Many thanks to all of my friends and 

family who supported me and I hope 

our paths cross later in life. 



but first he must live. 



Lexi Arsenault 

"If you live life wishing you could 

change the past, nothing comes of 

it. You can't rewind, so instead of 

living in regret, use a thing called 

the present and the future, to learn 

from those regrets and grow into the 

person you want to be. Forgive and 

forget, laugh til you cry, enjoy the ups 

and embrace the downs." 




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Paul Joseph Barbaro 

Stan 

"I don't know how to put this but 

I'm kind of a big deal. I'm very 

important. I have many leather-bound 



rich mahogany." - Ron Burgundy, 

Anchorman (Oh yeah thanks to my 

family and I guess my friends.) 



Kelsey Mae Barbarossa 

Kay Breezy, Keezy, Kels, Barbs 



making my senior year unforgettable. 

And thank you mom for being there 

for me and believing in me. 

"You gotta do what your good at. 

Being yourself." 

-Tim McGraw 

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Stephanie Barczak 

"Take the good with the bad, smile 
with the sad. Love with all you've got, 
and remember what you had. Always 
forgive, and never forget. Learn from 

mistakes, but never regret. People 

change and things will go wrong. Jusi 

always remember, life goes on." 

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Emily Arvanitis 



Lauren Azevedo 



Beatrice Banda 



Mom, dad, Johnny, and YiaYia, 

thanks for pushing me to do so well 

in school, Papou thanks for watching 

over me. Bestfriends, thanks for 

everything, class of 201 2, thanks 

for an unforgettable 4 years of high 

school. Best of luck to everyone in this 

great future, love you all! 

Jeremiah 29: 1 1 



ything will be okay in the end. If 
:'s not okay, it's not the end." 

-John Lennon 



"When life gives you lemons, make 

orangejuice and leave the world 

wonderinq how you did it!" Thanks to 



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le world's most crowded Mom & Dad and everyone who helped 



streets, but often in the din of strife, 

there rises an unspeakable desire after 

the knowledge of our buried life." 



le din of strife, me make orangejuice, Mrs. Rowe, Ms. 

ible desire after Desberg, Mrs. Tucker, Mrs. Benton, 

ir buried life." Ms. Peters, Mrs Burns, Mr. Randall, 

Matthew Arnold Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Estrada, Mrs. Crowe, 
Mrs. Rugo, Mr. Sundberg, Carol & Pa. 
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Victoria Beck 

Vicki 

You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not 

the only one." "And when the night is 

Joudy there is still a light that shines on 

me, shine until tomorrow, let it be." 



Kevin Bell 



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Janelle Bennett 



When it hurts to look back and you're 

scared to look ahead, you can look 

beside you and your bestfriends will 

always be there, and even though we 

all take different paths in life, we all take 

a little piece of eachother. Its been an 

amazing four years, I've made friends 

and memories that I will never forget! 



Paige Bennett 

PB 



Thank you to my family for all their 

support through the years! To my 

friends, it's been amazing! I'll never 

forget you! Goodluck to everyone! 

"I know now, things don't get much 

better than this. I know now, life don 

get much bigger than this." 



Danielle Biase 

Nicole 



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my friend RJ. I've been working hard 

with Ms. Torchia. I love being with my 

friends Nikkia, Zach, and Matt. Thank 

you for all the laughs 

Ms. McDonough. Thank you nana, 

dad, and Dillon for taking care of me. 



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Thomas Michael Broman 



Taylor Brooks 



Alexa Brown 



Thank you for everything Mom and 

Dad. I love you. 

Thank you to my friends. I enjoyed 

our delightful social gatherings. 

Thank you to everyone else who 

made school what it is. 

I enjoyed these past few years and 

I truly wish the best to everyone. 

Remember, make the most of yourself, 

for that is all there is of you. 

-The gentlemen. 



"For every moment of our lives is the 

beginning." -C.O.E. To my teachers, I 

have learned so much from you and it 

didn't always come from a book. To my 

close friends, Lamplighters, and guard 

girls, you're my other family, you mean 

the world to me! To my parents, there 

are no words I can use to thank you for 

everything you do, I love you so much. 



Thanks to my friends and family 



and memorable, I'll never forget it 
Especially my dad, thanks for always 

being there for me, I love you 

"If you leave this choice up to me, l"l 

stay young forever" 



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Katherine Blanch 

Katie 



Justin Bleier 

Thank you to Mom, Dad, and Allie for al 



; you to my friends and family, of the love and support over the past 

to the entire senior class for four years. I will always remember my 

king these past four years a friends and experiences at WHS. Good 

able and fun experience! AS we luck to everyone in the future! "You 

e on, I'll never forget where we have brains in your head. You have feet 

arted. Goodluck everyone! in your shoes. You can steer yourself, 

n the end its right, I hope you any direction you choose." - Dr. Seuss 



and to the entire senior class fo 

making these past four years a 

emorable and fun experience! AS 



started. Goodluck everyone 



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Anthony Brown 

Brownie, Twon 



3nks to my family for all their help 
ugh out high school. High schoo 
is fun but I can't wait for colleae. 



Nickolas Brown 



Caleigh Buckley 

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Kevin Burke 



Gianna Buscone 



Caileen Cadogan 



nks to my family and friends 

for the support. 
Here's to the next step. 



Memory is a way of holding onto the Thanks Mom, Dad, Bridget, and Maeve for 

things you love, the things you are, the all of your support. I love you guys! To m^ 

things you never want to lose. -From friends, I wouldn't Pe who I am without 

the television show The Wonder Years you! These years have Peen unforgettaPle 



"We all take different paths in life. Put 

no matter where we go, we take a little 

of each other everywhere. " 




Courtney Marie Capistran 



Alyssa Cappuccio 



Elena Carbone 



"II you enter this world knowing you 
are loved and you leave this world 
knowino the same, then r-vervihina 



tappens n i between r an Pe dea 
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Mom ; y Dad thank you for everything 
you have done for me, I love you. To 



my life without you. You are more than 

my fnei ids, you've bet ome my family! 

"I ove the life you live. I ive the life you 

love." Good lurk class ol 201 /!! :1 



nks Mom and Dad for 

he love and support. 

Today's the youngesl 

you'll ever be." 



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Andrew Camillieri 



Tyler John Canning 

Canning 

Thank you to my family and friends for 
helping me get out of this place. 



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Robert M Carlin Jr. 

Bobby 

nay not always have been easy, but 
ir better or worse these years made 
js in to the people we are. Best of 
luck to everybody 



Kelly Carter 

Cam 



Kelly Cassidy 



Thank you to my family and friends for 
all of their support. I couldn't have done 

it without you. May the best of your 
todays be the worst of your tomorrows. 



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Casey Cataldo 



Thank you Mom, Dad, and Nicole for 

everything you have done! With out 

your support I would not be where I 

am today. I wish everyone good luck! 



Courtney Cavanaugh 



ro all the people who have supported me 

n my life; Mom, Dad, Steve, Brittany, Brian 

and LILY. I am grateful for all the love and 

memories you have blessed me with. 

"May you have the hindsight 

to know where you've been 



where you re going 
and the insiqht to know wh 



Francesco Cerbone 

Frank, Frankie, Frank the Tank 

hank you to all my family and friends 
for all of the support. Good luck to 
everyone. Hockey ' 1 2 Football ' 1 2 



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Ryan Collette 



Courtney Collins 



k you Mom, Dad, Jen, and 
for all the love and support! 



>en tomorrow. Life is a 
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Michael Ciampa 

Mike 

Thank you to my family for all of your 
lelp and support. You fellas are great. 
Big Mike, Gin, Kimberly, Steven, Nana, 
and Roxy. Thanks to my friends and 
teachers for everything that you have 
done too. 



Nicholas Ryan Cirame 

Nick 

One goose = goose 

One moose = moose 

Two+ goose = geese 

Two+ moose = meese? 

Yes, meese is grammatically correct. 

Don't let anyone fool you. 



Alaina Coakley 

"You only live once, but if you do it 

right, once is enough." - Mae West. 

Thank you to everyone that has made 

these past few years so wonderful. 





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Daniel Collins 



Christine Connelly 



Christiana Contrada 



"As life goes on, we move on, but we 

take along those special unforgettable 

memories..." Thank you mom, dad and 

Brian for your support. Friends- i love 



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Evan Copeland 

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Had some good times in Wilmington 

High School. Thanks for everything, 

everyone. Just remember, "If you 

don't fall down, you aren't trying hard 

enough" 



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Emily Crannell 



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)ad, Mom, and Liz for all 
Seniors '1 2, thanks for all 



years. 




Daniel James Creedon 

Dan 

Thank you to my parents for all the 

support and advice, my brothers Kevn 

and Kyle for always having my back, 

and my friends for all the memories 



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Michaela D'Ambrosio Daniel Matthew D'Arcangelo 

B.I.G. , Rosy Posy Dan, Big Dan 



Alex Danas 



All our dreams can come true n we inani< you io my ramny ioi 

have the courage to pursue them." supporting me through high 

Wall Disney school and thanks to muh bois foi 
< hillin with me on the weekend 
Ih.ink you Mom, Dad, and Christina ..also thanks to mahn foi being nr 
loi everything that you've done for bestfriend..Good Luc l< everybody! 

i if, I love you always. To my friends, 
'uldn'i be anywhere neai the 
i I .im today il it wasn'i foi you. 
ado those years ones that I'll 



Zachary Thomas Curley 

Curley 

My years spent at WHS were greatly 

enjoyed. I have been allowed to 

explore my interests and meet new 

eople along the way. Even though we 

ure getting older I hope that everyone 

remains as immature as they were in 

high school. What's a day without a 

ttle havoc now and again and a smile 

here or there... the gentlemen. 



Taylor Cushing 

TayCush 

We laughed until we had to cry, we 
loved right down to our last goodbye, 
Dut over the years we'll smile and recall, 

for just one moment... we had it all 

Thanks to all my friends... I don't know 

where I'd be without you guys! 

Thanks mom, dad, Tim, Dan and 



Michael D'Alleva 

Deezy,MH<eyy D, D'alleva 

Its been a long time coming. 



jecially my mom and my 
nts, love you guys. Special 



where I'd be without you guys! Lastly, Papa i know you arent here to 

Thanks mom, dad, Tim, Dan and see this but i know you are watching in 

Mackenzie. . .you guys have been there heaven, i do this for you,i will continue 



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to make you proud. I love you Papa Son 



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Kayla Dankese 



Kristen Dankese 



Edward DeLucia 



ieir love and support, and my friends 



guys and thanks for 



ere for me. Love you 
<s for evervthinq! 



an tne times we had together, 

and as our lives change, from 

whatever, we will still befriends 

forever." - Vitamin 'C 



I want to thank my family and friends 

for all the love and support they 

have given me all throughout high 

school, they mean everything to me. "It 

sure left it's mark on us, we sure left our 

mark on it We let the world know we 

were here, with everything we did We 

laid a lot of memories down, like tattoos 

on this town". - Jason Aldean 



Kelly DiCicco 

Travel the world, learn other 

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violence, read books, and keep a 
dictionary nearby." -Jeff Davis 




Rachelle DiMare 

I want to thank my bestfriends for 
always being there for me through my 

ups and downs, I would not be the 
same person I am today without them 
Love you girls! And thank you to my ' 
family for all their love and support! 



Geena DiNuccio 

Gyne 



making High School fun and memorable 
especially my mom, I love you. 




Brett Duffy 



have always been there for me and 

to my ittle sister. I don't know where I 

would be without you. I love youii 



Patrick Dunn 



Ashley Durfee 





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Lisamarie DiOrio 

"We laid a lot of memories down 

like tattoos on this town." Thank you 

to everyone who has made my hiqh 

school experience incredible. Thanks to 

my amazing friends, and my mom dad 

U, and the rest of my family. You're the 

best people I know and I love you all so 

much. Wildcat Band Pride KFA 



Adam DiTocco 

Thank you Mom & Dad for your 

guidance and support. You made me 

the person I am through your morals 

and character and I couldn't be more 

grateful. Love you always. 




James Donovan 



Good times hanging out with friend< 
I hese past four years of soccer have be 
the best four years, thanks for everythir 
Mom and Dad, I love you guys. 

" For the love of the game " 



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Kristin Nicole Esdale 



Few will have the greatness to bend 
History, itself; but each of us can work 

to change a small portion of events 
md in the total of all those arts will be 
written the history of this generation " 
Robert Kennedy. I wish to thank all of 
/ou for giving me memories that I ran 
look back on and smile. Thank you to 
my family and friends for everything 




Miranda Faison 

panda 

Thanks to my family, friends and 

teachers who helped me make it 
through. Special thanks to Gillis Tim 

Craig, and my custodial buddies 
Dream as if you'll live forever Live as if 

you'll die today." Its been real 



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Matthew Ferreira 

It sure left it's mark on us, 

we sure left our mark on it 

We let the world know we were here, 

with everything we did 

We laid a lot of memories down, 

like tattoos on this town 

-Jason Aldean 

Clear eyes, Full hearts, Can't lose 

-Friday Night Lights 



David Fielding 

High School is tough. Thank you to 

my mom, friends, family, WHS Staff, 

OIT, and the Guidance Counselors for 

helping me get through High School. 

Senior year is the best year I have ever 

had. I will definitely miss WHS! 



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Andrew Fino 

Fino, Andy, Andre 

Wilmington High School has given me 

memories and people that I will never 

forget. Thanks to all my family, friends, 

teachers, and coaches that have helped 



my years in high school fantastic 




Melanie Folk 

hank you to all who have helped me 
^ch where I am now. Mom, Dad, 
siblings: you all have taught me so 
fofriends: I don't know where I'd 
:be without you. 

where the path may 
where there is no 
ivea trail." 
alph Waldo Emerson 



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Kelley Fitzpatrick 

"So come with me, where dreams are 
born, and time is never planned. Just 
think of happy things, and your heart 



will fly on wings, forever, in Never 

Jever Land." -J.M. Barrie. Thank yoi 

mom and dad, love you. 



Melanie Flaherty 



Thanks Mom, Dad, Kevin and Lance 

for supporting me the last four years. 

To my friends, thanks for making high 

school memorable! "From now on you 

will be traveling the road between who 

you think you are and who you can be. 

The key is to allow yourself to make the 

journey." Good Luck Class of 201 2! 



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Trevor Foley 

Thank you to all my family, friends 

and teachers that have supported me 

through these years, I appreciate all of 

you and wish everyone the best of luck 

in their futures. 




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Zachary Frost 



l can't sum up high school with a 
quote. I can't tell all of you I'll be 



individually thank everyone I r 
to thank. I can only say it wa 
;rtunate A/ay to beqin the resl 



Alexander Furlong 

Furlonq, Alex 



rhank you to my family and friends 
vho got me tthis far. Good times in 
Dtball and wrestling, Enjoyed being 
plain of two great teams senior year. 



Brittany Gardynski 




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Patrick Giroux 



Brian Godfrey 



Kimberly Gomez 



Can't believe high school is over 

already. Thank you Mom, Dad, Joey, 

Shawn and Steven and my entire 

family and friends for making high 

school such a great expereince. 

"Go as far as you can see; when you 

ziet there, you'll be able to see farther 



d family, frier 
o has helpec 



ind everyone 
get this far. 



Brandon Gostanian 



"i writing home to let them know 
We made it to the coast. 
Just look at where we are 
The 1 skies are < leai .ind blue." 

- Our Last Nici 



Thank You Mom, Dad, and .ill my 

friends and family, these past foui 

years have been .1 trip and I would 

have never gotten through them 

without you guys. I love you .ill 



Rachel Grabar 



'hank you to my friends and fami 

for being there every step of the 

way. Love you all. 



'But the struggles make me strongei 

And the changes make me wise 

And happiness has its own way ol 

takin it's sweet time 

No, life aint always beautiful 

Rut 1 know til be line 

Hey, life aint always beautiful 

Rut it's a beautiful ride' 



John Grealish 

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A soul in tension thats learning to fly, 

:ondition grounded, determined to try 

Can't keep my eyes from the c ircling 

sky, tongue tied and twisted, just 

,vi earth bound misfit. I. -Pink Floyd 

1 earning to Fly 



Brian Goncalves 



Kelly Gormley 



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le support These years in high school flew by, 
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teache 



Lewis 



Mr Kinney and Mr. but I came out better than I started. I 
e of the band. couldn't make these years without m> 



ws how will always wo 



friends and my boyfriend Chnstoper that 
II always work I will always love from 8/29/08 to the 

: ist pumping like champs at 
David Lee Roth graduation! See ya lata class of 20 1 2. 



Therese Gormley 



Thanks to my parents, my brother, and 

Emma for being there for me always 

over the past few years. Don't know 

where I'd be without you!! 






Christy Guerrier 



Eric Charles Hachey 



College. ..'Nuff said 



Tony Haddad 



These past 4 years at WHS have been 

the best I could have asked for, and my 

family and friends are all to thank for 

that. I know that I have made friends 

for life, and we're all going to succeed 

no matter what path we decide to take. 

Good lurk to everyone, SENIORS 201 2! 





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Ian Haggerty 

Haacis 



I really cannot believe high school is 

already over. I will never forget the 

memorable times and the teachers and 

friends who have changed my life. 

Thank you to everyone who helped me 

along the way, including my mother, 

father, sister, and closest friends. 



Jessica Hanafin 



3i" all the love and support Dae 



have made it here without you guys. 

Also thanks to all my friends. You guys 

have made these years unforgettable! 

Good luck to the class of 20 1 2! 

Stay Gold 



Janelle Heenan 




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Sara Hogan 



an oi our arc 



have the courage to pursue 



ne true, if we 
sue them." 



-wait uisncv 



Alexandra Holbert 



Robin Hollenbeck 

Rob, Robbie 

Here's a big thank you to everyone Somethtna 

who has helped to shape me into the - left up to ch 



person I have become. "Doing what product of - 
you like is freedom; liking what you do anc j h. 
is happiness." LOVE MY VBALL LADIES' 






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Gillian Hery 

Gill. Oilly, Gillybug, Bug 

We shouldn't follow in other people's 
ourselves to create our 
owii paths to become all that we can be. 

Thanks to all my friends who stuck by 

mv side and thanks to my FH girls! KFAI 

Seniors 2012! 

Special thanks to Mom, Stephanie, 

and Daniel for supporting me through 

everything! I couldn't have done it 

without you guys! 



Jeff Hill 



Well I had a great 4 years of high 

school I love to play sports and 

watch sports on TV. Hope to take thi 

passion to my career. 



Lisa Hitchins 



"Growing up means watcning my 

heroes turn human in front of me." 

Thank you for everything Mom, Dad 

Lauren, and friends for always beinc 



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Bill Hurley 



Something as gieai as sullc^ ^ . wi 
left up to chance alone, rather it is the 



product of ^n individuals recogniti 
and desire for personal growth. 



Lindsay Hydorn 



jod I'm graduating, i wouiui i l 
behere with out my family, so thank 
you for everything. My best times and 
J ,„„;„,- io-n;o \-^ppn with mv friends 



and I'll never forget you. To everyone 
else, nice knowin ya and goodluck next 



year. College here I come. 



laaaaa 



Janelle Jackson 



rench yourself in words unspoken 
ve your life with arms wide open 
oday is where your book begins 
The rest is still unwritten" 



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Jonathan Frederick Jarvis 



Felisha Jean-Francois 



i hank you to my friends and family fat- 
al ways being here for me, no matter 
what. I want to especially thank my 
parents, my godmother Noverlyne 
and my cousins Ruth and Grace You 
may encounter many defeats but you 
must not be defeated. In fact, it may be 
necessary to encounter the defeats so 
you can know who you are, what you 
can rise from ...MA 




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Sarah Johansson 



otters not what someone is f 

but what they grow to be." 

-J.K. Ro 




John Edward Keouqh 

Big Hoss, Maximus, Spartacus 



Emily Koehler 



about waiti 



Kathleen Kurowski 



>ome take us back, they're called 

nemories. Some take us forward 

they're called dreams " 



Thank you Mom and Dad for 

everything and always being there for 

me, love you guys. To my friends my 

life would never have been the same 

without you guys, you all have helped 

me become the person I am todav 



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Hannah Judkins 



Daniel Keane 



Heather Keating 



High School has come and gone in i 

flash! Many thanks to all my devoted 

eachers, caring friends, and supportiv 

family all willing to help me each anc 

every step of the way! 




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Cara Kusa 



■o happy its over. I've made 
ups and downs. Life goes o 



rom here. 



Steven Le 



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s whatever. Yoi 



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Cassandra Lee 



Cassy 

Without suffering there would be no I'd like 
compassion. Appreciate the little thinqs for all th 
in life and remember, when you think 
your life is bad there is always someone 
that has it worse. 

Thanks to my family and friends 

fr,r p\/on i t-Hn-i/-, 



Eric Lee 

thank my family a 

great memories. G 

the class of 2012! 



Philip Lentini 

P-Roc, Uncle Phil 



everyone 

love you all 

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along the way. 



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Lucas MacNeill 



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Nichole Lunt 

ive for the moment because right now 
is the oldest you have ever been and 
the youngest you will ever be 



Sarah Luz 

I couldn't have done it with out you 

Mom Dad, Nicole and Jake, thank you 

for always being there and supporting 

me. I m going to miss everyone so 

much, especially my soccer ladies 

l hanks for giving me the best 4 years 

m net! Basketball girls too! I'll miss you 

so much Sunshine, love you. Ecuador 

20 1 1 & Costa Rica 20 1 2. Live like your 

dying!* SPL 



Colin MacEacheron 



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Laura Maggioli 



Jeautirul eyes, look for the good 
ithers; for beautiful lips speak 
ly words of kindness; and for 
. walk with the knowledge that 
you are never alone." 

-Audrey Hepburn 



Matthew Malonson 



James Mara 

Jamie 

Thanks to all my friends and family for 
everything. Lots of good times over the 



past four years. Good luck to everyone 
in the future 



Kevin Marasco 



ank you to all of my friends 



and teachers who made these years 

memorable. I am especially grateful to 

my family for helping me out immensely 

throughout. Thank you mom, dad, 
Katie, and Keith, I wouldn't have been 
able to make it through these years 
without your help and support. To 
those here, there, and everywhere, 



Nikkia Marcin 



Mom, Mario and Chris thank you fc 



being there for me every step ot the 
wav. Friends, I couldn't have done it 



lever forgotte 



We a take 



aths in life, bi 
no. we take a 



Kelsey Mattes 



Say farewell to the anchor, this sr 

sailing away." - Our Last Night Tr 

you mom and dad for getting r 

through these past 4 years whe 



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Caitlin McDonough 



Nathan McGilvray 



Patrick McGondel 



;ad, Brendan thanks lor 
q. SENIORS '12 thanks fr 



everything 



"And I know nrjw things don't 
much better than this... life do< 
get muc h biaqer than this 



"You have brains in your head. You 

have feet in your shoes. You can stee 

yourself any direction you choose. 

You're on your own. And you know 

what you know. And you are the onr 

who'll dor ide where to go..." 

-Theodor Seuss Geis 



or four wonderful years, I fouler 



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Derek Q. Mayo 



Wisdom is the quality that keeps vou 



ui 1 1 yciui ig into situations where you 
leed it. The early bird gets the worm 
Jt the second mouse gets the cheese 
(Much love to my family and to the 
Gentleman, SB4LI 



Timothy McCarthy 

Tim, Walta 

hanks to all my friends and fan 

especially Mom, Dad, and Dai 

Shout out to my boys for all th 

good times and memories. 

Good luck everyone... YOLO 



Christopher McCoy 



3 thank all my teachers and 



my friends, DECA, Pet Store Special 

Olympics, talent show, gym and 

Emarc. Thanks Mom, Dad 

Michael, and JocHvn 



Kelly McGowan 



inanKs lor everything love you 
Promise you won't forget mo 
ise if I thought you would, I'd' 

VlVf' " -\X/mnir> ll.r, rj,,/,h w/i ,r 



if' Pooh WHS 
Dad, and Codv 



"j supporting me when I needed 
nost. Love you guys Seniors ' 1 2! 



forever. Mom 

you for always 



Colin McGuire 



Its been a good four years. Mel some 

new people and had a lot of fun 

I'll never forget soccer and hanginq 

out wiih friends It's been real but i'rr 

excited to aet oui of hnm 



Cameron Medbery 






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Cassandra Medeiros 



Rachel Mellen 



Ashley Michals 



would become the independent 

individual that I am today. Thanks tc 

all my family and friends that have 

supported me 



"But in the end its right, I hope you 

have the time of your life" "I'm proud 

of my heart. It's been played, stabbed, 

cheated, burned and broken, but 
somehow still works." Through think 
and thin, I was always able to rely on 
my friends, family, coaches and team 
mates to have my back and make my 
time at WHS unforgetable. I love you 
all! SEENNYYAAHHS! 



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Shawn Moran 



Michael Mullens 



John Mulrenan 



he past four years have been a blast 
"hank you to all mv areat friends anc 



i i icii n\ yyj^j i'j cm i i iv iji v^ci 

teachers who have mad 



v, I can t believe that High bchoo 
already over. Special thanks to 
parents, my sister, Blu, my band 
ctra. DC for VP (there's still hone) 



and all or my rrienas tor oeing wn< 
they are. Here's to the future and 
hope the best for everyone :D 



hank you to mom, dad, onttany, ano «njf,, 
leghan i couldnt have done it withou f right 
you. Another thanks to all the pi 
who helped make these last 4 year' 
jch a good time. 

we had a few nreat vears ill never 
forget. Gooc. ,. 



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Hannah Middleton 

Middlez.H. Midds 

"You fail to recognize that it matters not 
proud when someone is born, but what they 
grow to be." 

To everyone that has stood by me 

these past four years, thank you. I 
couldn't have done this without you. 

Thank you Mom, and thank you to 
rancis,Ashley,Taylor and Christine. I'm 

proud to call you my best friends. 



Sabrina Mirabella 



Thank you to my family: Mom, Dad, 

Gabriella, Gianna, and Joseph. Mom 

and Dad: I appreciate your support, 

your care, and your undoubted love. 

Thank you C.J. for everything. Also, 



Christopher Monteforte 

Topher 

Thank you to my friends and family who 

have made the past four years here 
memorable. I don't know what I would 

have done without you guys. Good 

Times in Band, Musicals, Cross Country 

and Track. Conarats Class of 201 2! "We 



thank you to my friends and classmates and Track. Congrats CI 
for fulfilling my high school experience, can not know what wil 



'Wherever you go, go with all your 
heart. "-Confucius 



Kerry Murphy 



you can only live once, but if you do 

I right once is enough. - Mae West to 

my friends and family, thank you to 

everyone that has gotten me to this 

pon it in my life., couldn't have done 

II aloi ie and 1 c ouldn't have asked for 
■ttfi people in my life. St@Y bBAUliFU 



Leandra Murphy 

"Because everyone's going their 

separate ways, sometimes things just 

change. But we'll never forget who we 

were that day, so don't be afraid, 

cause we'll be okay." 

Thank you to my family for helping me 

through everything the past four years, 

1 wouldn't be here without them. 



Ryanne Newhouse 

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made these past lour 
? best of my life 






The people thai have stood by my 
side and supported me sinr e day one 

Mom, Dad, o Mir hael, l~hank you for 
everything, I love you rhank you to a 

my friends for always being there no 
featter what, and for the unforgettabl 
Memories, I love you guy,! Good Luc I 



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201 2! "A journey of a thou< 



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Jonathan O'Brien 



Jeannette O'Leary 



Samantha Lee O'Leary 



came in to school a short froshmar 

ithout much information on the re 

world. ...now I'm sliahtlv taller. 



"Yesterday's the past and t 

le future. Today is a gift - v 

they rail it the presc 




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Danielle Parisi 



Emmeallia Parker 



John Parsons 



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Jimmy O'Neill 



Matthew Palermo 

Chucka Palumbo, Matty P, Palermo 

Thanks Mom, Dad, and Sam (or the help 
rind support over the past four years. I'll 
always remember the great limes with 
rill my Friends and teammates. And how 
frin I forget the dream team DC, TB, and 
ZC for the great Limes we had. 



Rudra Narendra Pandya 



"hanks to all of my teachers, friends,2 
family for making my Wilmingtor 

High School experience one that I v 
never be ever to forget or replace 

wish everyone the best of luck in th 



pcommg years! 



'no you are and say what, y 
use those who mind don't 



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Kyle Eric Peach 

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Cole Michael Peffer 



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Stephen Petinge 



Marc Piro 



Gabriella Polcari 



I want to thank my family for their 

constant support and my friends foi 

always being there for me. I will neve 

forget the friendships and memorie; 

that have been made these past fou 



jtures with our heads held higr 

lever forgetting the people anc 

mories in our past that touchec 

at one point in time." 






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Zack Reed 



When I was 5 years old, my mom 

always told me that happiness was the 

key to life. When I went to school, the^ 

asked me what I wanted to be when 

■V - I grow up. I wrote down "happy." 

:/:They told me I didn't understand the 



iderstand life. 



"hank you to my true friends for alwa^ 
being there for me. To Melanie, the 
best sister ever, I loved having you 

around for the past two years. As Lad; 
Gaga would say, "at the end of the 

jay, you won't be happy until you lov 

yourself. Don't ever let anyone chanq 



lo all my 



looks. To mv boys, it's been real 






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Daniel Pothier 



Lauren Powers 



like to thank my friend 

10 supported me. The} 

biggest part of my life 

ie who I am today an< 

thankful for that. 



have to just look at the true beauty 
iings and just see things as they are 
and not to ludqe to fast. 



at I make you proud" 



Id like to thank my dad fo 



who I am today and for making all of 

this possible. Thank you to my friends, 

family, and staff for believing in me and 

supporting me, I owe you my diploma. 

To the class of 20 1 2, thanks for making 

:hese 4 years worth it... Good luck! Carpe 

Diem. "Every new beginning comes from 



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John Nicholas Romano 



Cheese, Romano , supernova 



Rebecca Robichaud 



/ou so much to all my friends "In life there are times when we choose "Sometimes life throws out questions 

lave supported me through our challenges and other times when the and challenges you to the fullest, 



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hoose us. The question but you ran never give up. Show 



hour you, you guys are amazing! "A is whether we conquer the challenges life 
nory is a way of holding onto things presents us, or surrender to them." 

u love, the things you are, and the -Travis Ro\, 

ings you never want to lose." Love 

you all so much Thanks Mom, Dad, Anthony, and 

family for supporting me over the 
years. Love You. Never forget the 



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Jacob Ryan Russo 



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ever know what you're gonric 
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i a Dc without them. manK you 
Mom, Dad, Nana, Papa, PJ, Natah 
Syclnee, and Jordan. You all are tl 
best, I love you. PMA! 



Rebecca Russo 



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Secrets. To my family, I love you all so 
nuch, thanks for everything! To all \r\) 
riends, thanks for puttinq up with me 



or all these years, love you always. 
vlT; my best friend and sister alway 




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Vincent Scifo Jr. 

Vinny 



Special thanks to my family f 
supporting me throughout t 
years. Thanks to my friends for i 
good times and for making it a 
experience. Good luck. 



Thomas See 



Taylor Shelton 

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Robert Sacks 



Nico Sandoval 



Emma Marie Saporito 



'Don't cry because it's over, smile 



lappenea 



"hough we are sad to be leaving high 
school we will be left with the good 
times we had with each other. Good 
jck to all the seniorsl Thank you to my 
parents and my brother for all the love 
and support they gave me! 



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Adam Siegel 



;se years memorable, 
to the next step. 




Andrea Simpson 



/ers, blow the bubbl 



Kyle Skinner 



Thanks Mom, Dad, and Kevin for all of 

your support. I can't believe its almost 

over. Memories from these last four 

years will stay with me forever. Best of 

luck to everyone. 







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Killian Smith 



lankyou Mom, Dad, Christina Nen c 
jraham, Bailey, and Tiffanie. It was 



Lauren Smith 



As we say goodbye to yesterday a 

chapters ending, but the story's only 

just begun.' These years have flown bv 

and I m glad I got to share them with 

such wonderful people. I wouldn't be 

anywhere without my amazing family 

Mom, Dad, Brittany & Craig -no one 



n, Dad, E 



compares to you. Class of 20 1 2 it's 
been a blast. I'll mi«vmi ->n 



Steven M. Spinazola 



ie past four years have been pretty 
great. From chilling in band and 
lying lacrosse, never going to forget 
ie friends I made. Goodluck to the 
class of 20 1 2 



iiss you a 



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Jennifer Stewart 



Do not follow where the path m; 
lead. Go, instead, where there is r 
path and leave a trail." 

-Ralph Waldo Emer 



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wrui wno nave been there with me 
■;"->ugh everything. I'll neve, forget 
^•memories we shared. Mom Dad 
SUphen; and Greg, thank you for ' 

being the best and most supportive 
; .family, | love you. 



Meaghan Stinson 

To my family and friends - thank you fo 

all the love and support. You have trul\ 

made the past four years unforgettable 

To the class of 20 I 2 - congratulations 

and good luck in the future! 



Jennifer Stone 



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Melissa Stafford 



of 2012 Best of Luc 



Lauren Stalker 



change, but that dosen't mean you 

rget about your past or try to chanc 

:,Uve for yourself and not for others 

Seniors 2012! 



Ashley Stevens 



Ash, Slavic 

"And because I knew you, I he 
changed for qood." - Wic 



or me over these past 
imily, friends, and tea 



iivia, Leah, and all my 
le best, its really beer 



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Michela Stone 



Jonathan Stratouly 



Lauren Sullivan 



Dad, Am a 



so grateful to have you all. Thank y 

o my friends for always being there 

me and qoodluck class of 20 1 2. 



Thanks to all of my teachers, friei 

family, and my grandparents ft 

jushing me to reach my potential 

or making my high school experi 

one that I will never forqet. 



Thank you to Morn, D< 
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Shelley Sullivan 



Eric Surette 



Robert Sutera 



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Dan, Steph, and 



Love you guys. 



iHsreinbYraiihGUiM! 



Geena DiNucci 



.it out to my gins, 
:ourtney Collins, 
d Jessica Hanafin. 



ream. Actic 



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nqe the world." 



ink you Mom, Dad, Carlee, Mike & al 
y of friends. Thank you class of 20 I 2 
for all the great memories I'll have. 









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Mary To 



Thank you family and friends for 
making high school so special. I love 

you mom and dad and thanks for 
everything! "We should all start to live 
jet old. Fear is stupid. So 
regrets." -Marilyn Monroe 



Paige Tonra 



We love bread, we love our nutter, ou 

most of all we love each other." - love 

you best friend. Thank you mom, dad 

and mehssa for helping me through 

everything .. and a quick shout out to 

my girl Dam Rae 



Robert John Townsend 



had a great four years thanks to a 

ly teachers my Mom and Ron. I ha- 

made a lot of great memory's and 



/ith the Boston Bruins, Have luncl 

ith Chara, Tim Thomas and Tuukl 

isk. Being the team manger for tr 

boys hockey team. 



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David Swider 

hose who hate were never lovec 
hosed who are lover] rjo on to b 
eat. Greatness does not need to 
proved to anyone but to oneself 

Rachel S. Mellon 



Marianna Tassone 

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)ast lour years 
/ou bunches:) 



Steven Donald Taylor 



joorj luc 



he rest of your life is being shaped 



and the 





nd Rory William Townsend 



yiy WHS days were okay, but freshma 

yr. was the best. It was a change, but 

it was really fun. I met new people, 

rind had life changing experiences. 

Now I am graduating, & freshman 

year was yesterday in my eyes. I am 

[jumped for college, put also scared 

because life's going so fast. Life's just 

a fork in the road, you choose which 



Stephanie Tran 

Stran29, Strannvpoo, Stmr 



ids ana lar 



who were always there for me. It's 
been the most memorable journey. 
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Erica Thomas 
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Deborah Deacon 
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Dennis Mahoney 
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Mary Lou McManus Cynthia Tsoukalas 
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Brian Gillis 
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Lisa Desberg 
English CTL 



Lisa Bellavia 
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Marissa Bortone 
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John Lewis 
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Maura Lynch 
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Mia Parviainen 
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Brian Carr 
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Christopher Randall 
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Kevin Riley 
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Mark Staffier 
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Maura Tucker 
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Marie Cahalane 
Guidance CTL 



Susan Murray 
Guidance Secretary 



Laura Caggiano 
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Maureen O'Mara 
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Jessica Rugo 
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Catherine Daley 
English 



Maureen Dolan 
English 



Meghan Estrada 
English 



Claire Hitschler 
English 



Joseph Kleponis 
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Michael Jones 
Social Studies 



Tracey Kassin 
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Michael Kinney 
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Stephen Lynch 
Social Studies 



Michael Moloney, Jr. 
Social Studies 




Julie Cipolla Jaclyn Dalessandro Tara Ettinger 

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Mindy IsaPelle 
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Thomas Kenney 
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Megan Mandeville 
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Richard Rowe 
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Meghan Sheehy 
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Mary Sullivan 
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Mark Linehan 
Science 



Brenda Marcoux 
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Teresa Marshall 
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Dawn Martell 
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Carol Mutchler 
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Daniel Indiciani 
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Rebecca Martinello 
Foreign Language 



Terresa Pietro 
Foreign Language 



Alba Santana 
Foreign Language 



Noel Tashjian 
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Brandi Torchia 


Jennifer Fidler 


Daniel Fionte 


Megan Hinman 


Sara Sussman 


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Jennifer Walker 
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James Demos, Jr. 
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Meghan Burns 
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Joanne Veliz 
Foreign Language 



Krista Anderson 
Business 



Susan Canty 
Business 



Russell Carroll 
Business 



Jason Luciana 
Performing Arts Liaison 



Barbara Mette 

Performing Arts 



Michael Hickey Michael Barry 

Special Education CTL Special Education 



Fanny Zambrano 
Foreign Language 



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Ward Dilmore 
Performing Arts 



Michelle Hooper 
Science 



Chanel Garcia 
Foreign Language 




Meghan Cool 
Business 




Judy Beaudet 
Special Education 






Eleanor Blake 
Special Education 



Michael Hildt 
Special Education 



Deborah Stoelzel 
Special Education 



Patricia Tobin 
Special Education 



Andrea Wickwire 
Special Education 



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Judy Nazarro 

Special Education 

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Beth Ann Barnosky 
Psychologist 



Stacie Billowz 
Social Worker 



Valerie Carter 
Life Skills 



Diana Hill 
Life Skills 




Debra Parker Edward Harrison Cheryl Tavares Anthony Altieri Jeffrey Covelluzzi 

Security Monitor Athletics Director Athletics Secretary Physical Education Physical Education- 



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Rebecca Brown Kimberly Donovan Paula Byrne 

School Nurse School Nurse LiPrarian 



Mary Palen Brenda Mangan 

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Kathryn Zaitz Mary Mahoney 

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Joanne DeMild 

Special Education 

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Special Education 

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Anne-Marie Norman Patricia McAndrew Mary Lou McDonough Kimberly Whooley Justin McNulty 
Life Skills Life Skills Life Skills Life Skills Security Monitor 




Karen Dolan 
Physical Education 



Lois Nardo 
Physical Education 



Michael Pimental 
Physical Education 



Doreen Crowe 
School Nurse 



Susan Rowe 
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Mrs. Sarah Cosman 
SuPstitute 



Joanne Benton 
Superintendent 



Kate Burnham 
Asst. Superintendent 



Paul Ruggiero 

Dir. of Administration 

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2012 School Committee Members 



Margaret A. Kane, Chairman 
Leslee A. Quick, Vice Chairman 
RoPert L. Hayes, Secretary 



Virginia M. Bonish 
Kathleen M. Carroll 
Mario S. Marchese 
Anthony Quincy Vale 






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The Class of 2013 

Class Advisors 

Ms. Maureen O'Mara and Mr. Michael Maloney 

Wayne Huynh, President I Jeff Favuzza, Vice President 
Kaitiin Kinsella, Treasurer I Brooks Carter, Secretary 
Holly Niemiec, Public Relations 



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ERIKALATALO 

DANIEL AMARAL 

PETER AMMON 

RODERICK ANGLEMYER 



DAVID ARRIA 

DREW BABINE 

CONFREY BAGAYAO 

ALEXANDER BALL 

MICHELLE BARNES 



KATHRYN BARRY 

PATRICK BARRY 

LAUREN BENNETT 

BRENDAN BENOIT 

KARA BERNARDO 



JAMIL BHATTI 

JOSEPH BOLOGNESE 

AMANDA BONNETTE-KIM 

SAM BORSETI 

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PATRICK BRAZELL 
HANNAH BRIERE 
CONNOR BURKE 
KILEY BURKE 



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JOHN CAMPBELL 
STEPHANIE CANTY 
JAMES CARLIN 
BIANCA CARLSON 



ALLISON CARROLL 
GAVEN CARTA 
BROOKS CARTER 
JULIA CARTER 
ANTHONY CASTELL 



BRITTANY CAVANAUGH 
JANELLE CELESTE 
MATTHEW CHIRICOSTA 
STEPHEN CIAMPA 
JOHN CIMENO 



ALEXIS COBB 
RYAN COCCA 
STEVEN COLANGELO 
MARCUS COLE 
CAMERON COLLINS 



EMILY COLOSIMO 
BRIAN COLTON 
MICHAEL COLTON 
NATHAN CONNORS 
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ALEXANDRA DERIAN 

MATTHEW DEVLIN 

LUCIANO DIMAMBRO 

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COLIN DOHERTY 

RACHEL DONAHUE 

KELLY DONNELL 

ALYSON DOWNS 



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JACQUELYN DUFFY 

KEVIN DUNFEY 

JOFFRE DURFEE 

JANELLE ENGREM 



ALISON EVANS 

KAYLA FALTER 

JANE FARRELL 

JEFFREY FAVUZZA 

MICHAEL FERRARA 



TAYLOR FLETCHER 

I DANIEL FOTHERGILL 

BRIYANA FRASER-WILKERSON 

RYAN FULKERSON 

RYAN GAUTREAU 




ALEXANDRA GEMELLARO 

SCOTT GILBERT 

ASHLEY GILLIS 

DELANEY GILLIS 

JAKE GINGRAS 



ALEX GIRARDI 

JOSEPH GIROUX 

COLLEEN GOOD 

KELLY GORDON 

STEPHEN HALAS 



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CODY HALLIDAY 
KENDRA HARRINGTON 
CASEY HERRA 
TAYLOR HIGGINS 
ELIZABETH HILL 



JONATHAN HO 
ANDREW HOANG 
RYAN HOLLORAN 
TROY HOMOLA 
CHRISTIAN HOUDE 



EMMA HOWLAND 
MEGAN HOWLAND | 
TAYLOR HOWLETT 
SAVANNAH HUBBARD 
WAYNE HUYNH 



ERICJAESCHKE 
JULIEJEWKES 
KATHERINE JOHNSTON 
BRANDON KEEFE 
JAMES KENDALL 



JACQUELINE KENNED} 
RYAN KENNEDY 
KAITLIN KINSELLA 
DYLAN LANGONE 
NICOLE LEDOUX 



THOMAS LETELLIER 
REBECCA LODATO 
PATRICK MACCORKLE 
DYLAN MACDONALD 
KATHERINE MACDOUG/ 



JUSTIN MACKINNON 
WILLIAM MACKINNON 
TYLER MAFFEI 
JACQUELINE MAGA 
LAURA MAGEE 



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ADAM MAIENZA 

JORDAN MALATESTA 

DARREN MALLETT 

KELSEY MANGAN 

MICHAEL MARINELLA 



ALEXIS MARION 

COURTNEY MARONEY 

ERIC MASIELLO 

TIMOTHY MASIELLO 

RYAN MCCARTHY 



MARK MCCONOLOGUE 

ANDREW MCDONAGH 

JULIE MCEVOY 

KEITH MCHUGH 

SHANNON MCHUGH 



LAUREN MCKENNA 

NICHOLAS MICHELANGELO 

ELAINE MIRANDA 

I MICHELLE MORELLO 

ANDREW MORRIS 




JOSEPH MURPHY 

CASEY MURRAY 

BRIAN NAZZARO 

CAROLINE NGUYEN 

HUAN NGUYEN 



HOLLY NIEMIEC 

FRANCIS NORTON 

ZACHARY NORTON 

RACHEL NUSSBAUM 

DANIELLE O'BRIEN 



1LLIAM O'CONNOR 

KIMBERLY O'DEA 

MELISSA O'DONOGHUE 

CAILIN O'FLAHERTY 

JILLIAN O'LEARY 




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ZACHARY O'NEIL 
PAMELA OKUMURA 
VYCTORIA OLIVEIRA 
SERENA OUELLETTE 
WILLIAM OWENS 




CHRISTOPHER PALMERINO 
MICHAELA PALUMBO 
ARTHUR PAPASTATHIS 
JACQUELINE PARECE 
KRISHNA PATEL 



DANIEL PENDENZA 
TIMOTHY PENNEY 
GABRIELLA PERRINOl 
BRIAN PICKETT 
MATTHEW PICKETT 



MELISSA PIMENTEL 
JACQUELINE PREVITL 
BRIAN PRIEM 
MEGAN PRIEM 
SARA PUDVELIS 



MARIA QUILTY 
NICOLE RANCATI 
ERIC RANDELL 
KRISHNA RAVAL 
JOHN REED 



NATHAN RICARDO 
KATELYN RICHARDSON 
CHRISTINA RILEY 
JONATHAN ROBINSON 
JACOB ROGERS 



THOMAS ROSSETTI 
MATTHEW RUFF 
CONOR RYAN 
SCARLETT SALERNO 
ALEXANDRA SARZHEVSKAYA 



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DANIEL SAWLIVICH 

ALEXANDRA SCALFANI 

MICHELLE SCANLAN 

JUVANI SCOLASTICO 

AMY SCOTT 




ANDREW SEARS 

MICHAEL SEMONELLI 

AMIE SERINO 

JENNIFER SFERRAZZA 

ZACHARY SHEPARD 



ANNASIEGEL 

ALLIE SILVA 

MICHAEL SILVA 

SAM SILVA 

CHRISTASIRIGNANO 



ALYSSA SMALLEY 

MICHELLE SOEL 

JUSTIN SOEUM 

JAMES STEIN 

JOLEEN STYGLES 



DANIEL SULLIVAN 

MICHAEL SULLIVAN 

SHAWN SURRETTE 

KRISTEN TAVARES 

JONATHAN THAI 



JAMES THOMPSON 

MELISSA TONRA 

JOANNA TORRES 

ERIN TRODDEN 

GIANNATUMMINO 




STEPHEN VALENTI 

KELLY VALLETTA 

SABRINAVELOZA 

TYLER VI BERT 

BLAKE WALKER 







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PAIGE WARD 
PETER WARREN 
DAVID WEAVER 
JESSICA WEEDEN 
JAMES WILKINSON 



BRANDON WONG 
KIMBERLY WOODS 
MICHELLE WOODS 
TIMOTHY WOODS 
BRITTANY ZACCAGNINI 




MARCO ZAPPALA 
RACHEL ZEPPI 
LING ZHONG 



JUNIORS NOT PICTURED: 

Thomas Cole, Dany Poll, Brandie Queen, Tiffany Smith, and Cameron Sweeney 



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Class Advisors 

Mrs. Michelle Hooper 

Class Officers 

Molly Torres, President I Michael DiLorenzo, Vice President 

Katy Goodwin, Treasurer I Melanie Reagan, Secretary 









COLIN AHERN 

RACHEL ALATALO 

SAMUEL ALATALO 

MARKALBANO 

BRIAN NA ALLAN 



LAUREN AMAZEEN 
DEVON APPLEBY 
NICOLE AUCOIN 
EMILY BAMBERG 

HEATHER BENSON 



ALEXANDRA BISCHOFF 

MICHAEL BOMBOY 

ROBERT BRABANT 

CARLI BRENT 

CHRISTA BRENT 



TYLER CARLSON 

RYAN CARROCCINO 

CHLOE CASTELLANO 

COLIN CHASE 

MICHAELACHENEVERT 









ALYSSACIEPLIK 
RYAN CLARK 
SEAN COAKLEY 
ADAM COCCOLUTO 
SARA COKASH 



JENNIFER COLLINS 
TRISTAN COOK 
KARISSA COOPER 
JOCELYN CORNISH 
JACQUELINE COTE 



KAITLYN COWDEN 
STACY CROWE 
KAITLYN CURLEY 
BRODIE CURTIS 
MICHAEL CURTIS 



JOSEPH DAGOSTINO 
CHRISTINA DAMBROSIO 
SAMUEL DANGELO 
JAMES DAVEY 
LILLIAN DAY 



MILAGRO DELANEY 
NICHOLAS DELLAVOLPE 
ANTHONY DENISO 
JUSTIN DENORSCIA 
SAMANTHA DEPASQUALE 



HANNAH DEVLIN 
RACHEL DEVLIN 
RACHEL DIDOMENICO 
MICHAEL DILORENZO 
MATTHEW DIORIO 







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MICHAEL DIORIO 

SHANNON DONNELL 

KIMBERLY DONOGHUE 

GEORGE DUNNETT 

BRIAN ECKELKAMP 




SARA ENNIS 

MOLLY FANIKOS 

CONNOR FARNHAM 

JULIA FERRARO 

KATLYN FINN 



KELSEY FINN 

MITCHELL FISHER 

SARAH FLODIN 

DREW FOLEY 

LUKE FOLEY 



DOMENIC FORGIONE 

SAWYER FORTIER 

TYLER FRASER 

I MATTHEW FREGEAU 

BRIANNA FRUCIANO 



LILLIAN FURRIER 

JAMES GAUTREAU 

BRANDON GENTILE 

NICHOLAS GETTLER 

ERIC GEWLAS 



MICHAEL GEWLAS 

NICHOLAS GEWLAS 

KATHRYN GOODWIN 

SCOTT GORDON 

THOMAS GORMAN 





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MITCHELL GOULE 
ERIC GRABAR 
CASSANDRA GRASSO 
CONNOR GREALISH 
ERIN HALAS 



ALMA HAM EL 
NAZIFA HAQUE 
KELLY HARTSOUGH 
MCKAYLA HERSOM 
SYDNEY HILL 





ASHLEIGH HOWLAND 
BRITTANY HOYT 
ERIN HURLEY 
SYLVAN HUYNH 
MEGAN HYDORN 



CHRISTOPHER IPPOLITO 
CHRISTOPHER JACKSON 
SAMANTHA JACKSONS 
ELIAS JENNINGS 
JENNIFER KANNALLY 



JESSICA KASPARIAN 
DREW KAYE 
KEVIN KEANE 
FARHAN KHALIFA 
ADRIANNA KIPPENBERGER 



DEREK KOSTER 
CATHERINE KRAMER 
ASHLEY LACAMBRIA 
MARIAH LAQUIDARA 
JUSTIN LAROSA 




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ALEXANDRA LEBLANC 

JOSHUA LEBLANC 

DANIEL LEE 

ERICA LLOYD 



JARED LLOYD 

BRIAN NA LOUD 

PAIGE MACDONALD 

JONATHAN MACK 

ALANA MADORE 



MICHAEL MAGGIOLI 

DYLAN MALTAIS 

SCOTT MANGANELLI 

JOSEPH MANGIAFICO 

RACHAEL MARA 



JESSICA MARCIELLO 
CHIARA MARCOCCIO 

ALEXA MARQUARD 

KRISTEN MARRANZINI 

ASHLEY MARTINEZ 



MORGAN MAYO 

SHAUNA MAZZIE 

BRENDAN MCDONOUGH 

RYAN MCEVOY 

KORY MCGILVRAY 



CODY MCGOWAN 

KATHERINE MCKENNA 

ANGELICA MCNALL 

WILLIAM MCNAMARA 

KENNETH MEDEIROS 




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BRYAN METCALFE 
CHRISTOPHER MICHELANGELO 
GIANNA MIRABELLA 
SHANNON MOULTON 
ERICA MULLANEY 



JAMES MURPHY 
JESSICA NARDONE 
BRADLEIGH NEAL 
ALEX NEVILLE 
EMILY NILSEN 



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TAYLOR NOBLE 
AMANDA O'BRIEN 
KELLEY O'BRIEN 
SHELLY O'BRIEN 
PATRICK O'CONNELL 



AUSTIN O'NEAL 
MARINA OTIS 
SHREYA PAI 
DANIEL PAIGE 
HANNAH PAOLE1 



NICHOLAS PAPPAS 
KRISTEN PASQUARIELLO 
MARIA PATRONE 
TAYLOR PERELLA 
CASSANDRA PETERSON 



MICHAEL PIERI 
ALEXANDER PIZETTE 
ALEXANDRA POLCARI 
VINCENZO POLI 
CHRISTOPHER POPA 



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MARK PRICE 






JACOB PUMPHRET 


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HEATHER RAWSON 
MELANIE REAGAN 
DANIELLE REYNOLDS 
HANNAH REYNOLDS 
AMANDA RICHARDS 



CAROLINE ROBARGE 

MICHAELA RODENHISER 

NICOLE ROMANZO 

RAVEN ROSE 

KAYLA ROSSETTI 



TIFFANY RUFF 
MARISA RUSSO 

SYDNEE RUSSO 
KERRY RYAN 

DEREK SANTOS 



CHRISTOPHER SAPORITO 
DEVON SARGENT 
KRISTIN SAUNDERS 
GEENA SCALFANI 
REBECCA SCHULTZ 



SOPHIE SERNA 

WILLIAM SIMMONS 

KAYLA SLAVIN 

CRAIG SMITH 

TRISTEN SMITH 






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KYLE SOUZA 
FALLON SOYE 
ALICIA SPERANZA 
OLIVIA STALKER 
COREY STILLINGS 



MEGHAN SULLIVAI 
ERIKSWIDER 
HRISTINATASHEVA 
NICOLE TETREAULT 
EMMATKACHUK 




MARY TORRES 
TATYANA TORRES 
CONNOR TOWNSEND 
NICHOLAS TROY 
TROY VI BERT 



ANTONIO VITALE 
ZACHARYVONKAHLI 
JARED WALSH 
AMY WARNER 
JONATHAN WEAVER 



JULIE WELCH 
COLLEEN WEST 
SHANNON WILCOX 
JILLIAN WILLIAMS 
SAMANTHA WOLFE 



AVERY WOODBURY 
PAIGE WOODFORD 
KATHLEEN YORK 



SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED: 

Brian Cook, Paul Davis, Domenic Dunn, Allen Mackey, Kayley Rogers, and Derek Younis 




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The Class of 2015 

Class Advisors 

Ms. Lisa Beilavia and Ms. Jennifer Fidier 






Class Officers 

Jeremy Frost, President I Jimmy Lawrenson, Vice President 

Emma Ceres, Treasurer I Chris Maienza, Secretary 



BRITTANY ABBOTT 

ZACHARY ABBOTT 

RYAN ADAMS 

CAROLINE ALBANESE 

DANIELLA ALMEIDA 



MICHAEL AMATO 

JACOB AOKI 

ANNAARDIZZONI 

MICHAEL BAKER 

HUNTER BALL 



CAITLIN BARANOW 

GINA BARBARO 

BRANDON BARNARD-SULLIVAN 

MEI LU BARNUM 

MEGHAN BARRASSO 




ALYSSA BELL 

DANIEL BELL 

CONNOR BENNETT 

LIAM BENNETT 

CASEY BENSON 






NICOLE BERTOLAH 
ERIC BERUBE 
SAIRA BHATTI 
DANIELLA BIZZARRC 
KOURTNEY BOLIS 






LAUREN BORSETI 
CAROLYN BOUTIN 
CAROLINE BRIERE 
RYAN BRODERICK 
ANTHONY BROWN 



HANNAH BROWN 
RACHEL BROWN 
JAMIE BUSBY 
JESSICA BUSKE 
MONIQUE BUSSEY 



SHANA BUTLER 
BRIDGET CADOGAN I 
ALLISON CAIN 
MICHAEL CAPISTRAN 1 
MICHAEL CARROCCINO 



PATRICK CARROLL 
JOSEPH CASTELLANO 
EMMA CERES 
ABIGAIL CHASE 
CRISTINA CHENG 



BRITNEY CHIN 
EMILY CHOI 
NICHOLAS CIMAGLIA 
CANDACE COCCA 
RYAN COLANGELO 



SIOBHAN COLLINS 
KRISTEN CONNORS 
ALANNACOUGHLIN 
DANIEL CRONIN 
KEVIN CUMMINGS 



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RACHEL CUMMINGS 

MACKENZIE CUSHING 

BRIAN NA D ALFONSO 

MICHAEL DALY 

MICHAEL DANCEWICZ 



STEVEN DEFURIA 

AMANDA DELUCIA 

BRANDON DEMBOWSKI 

MEGAN DENNEY 

LAUREN DEPASQUALE 



MARK DEROSA 

JORDAN DIBENEDETTO 

MICHAEL DOVIDIO 

KIMBERLY DOWNS 

JILLIAN DOYLE 



KEVIN DUNN 
KYRA FALVEY 
ALYSSA FARO 
MARLON FELISBERTO 
AUSTIN FERREIRA 




VICTORIA FERREIRA 

DEVIN FIELD 

MICHAELA FINN 

PATRICK FINN 

LAUREN FITCH 



KAYCE FITZGERALD 

RYAN FLOOD 

HELEN FREITAS 

JEREMY FROST 

SOPHIA FULLER 




fOBERT FULLERTON 
MELISSA FURLONG 
JOHN GALASSO 
RAEL GALLUCCI 
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EDWARD GERMANO 
MATTHEW GEWLAlT 
DANIELLE GIANATASSIO 
KEVIN GONCALVES 




LUCAS GOODWIN 
ROGER GREENBERG 
LAURA HALL 
AARON HARRINGTON 
ELIZABETH HARVEY 




HILARY HAYES 
TRISTAN HAYES 
MORGAN HIGGS 
JAMES HILL 
ALYSSA HOBAL 



COLLIN HOFFMAN 
JESSICA HOGAN 
JENNIFER HOLLORAN 
RYAN HORGAN 
AMANDA HOUGH 



TRAVIS HOWARD 
JOSEPH HYDORN 
JOHN IRIZARRY 
RACHEL JOHANSSON 
CAROLINE JOHNSTON 



RONALD JUDKINS 
BETHANY KANE 
TAYLOR KEEGAN 
CHRISTOPHER KEELEY 
LAURA KELLER 



SAMANTHA KELLEY 
COLIN KENNEDY 
RILEY KEOGAN 
RYAN KINSELLA 
NATALIE LAFLEUR 





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ALISE LAMOTHE 

JAMES LAWRENSON 

STEPHEN LAYON 

MARISSA LEBLANC 

VICTORIA LEE 



ZACHARY LEIGHTON 

ANDREW LESPERANCE 

ANDREW LOBAO 

KRISTEN LUISE 

KEARA MACCORKLE 



KELLIE MACDOUGALL 

JONATHAN MACKINNON 

MICHAEL MAGLIOZZI 

CHRISTOPHER MAIENZA 

ROBERT MAI LEY 



DEEANNA MALLETT 

ERIN MANGAN 

MICHAEL MARCINKOWSKI 

JOSEPH MARINO 

DYLAN MASIELLO 




ASHLEY MASON 

ERIC MAZZEI 

BRENDAN MCCARTHY 

MIKAYLA MCCOOL 

KAYLA MCEACHERN 




PATRICK MCFALL 

SHELBY MCHUGH 

LUKE MCINNIS 

STEVEN MCINNIS 

NICOLE MCIRNEY 



KATHRYN MCNEIL 

BRANDON MEDBERY 

ERICA MEIER 

TIMOTHY MIARA 

MELISSA MICHEL 








OLIVIA MILLER-NUZZO 
ALLAN MIRANDA 
EMILY MONTEFOR1E 
SEAN MOORE 
BRIAN MORAN 



AMELIA MORRIS 
ELIZABETH MULLETT 
LAUREN MULLIGAN 
SELINA MURPHY 
ANDREW MURRAY 




MARYSSA MURRAY 
MICHELLE MURRAY 
LIANNA NATOLA 
CAROLINE NEWHOUSE 
KRISHNA NICOLI 



STEPHEN O'BRIEN 
JAMES O'REGAN 
MICHAELA OUELLETTa 
ALEXIS PAPAGELIS 
CHRISTIAN PATRIARCA 



ADAM PATTON 
AMBER PEACH 
MATTHEW PENNEY 
CHRISTOPHER PENNIE 
BRIANNA PERRINO 



JENNIFER PHAM 
JOSEPH PINEAU 
SEAN PIRO 
JONATHAN POZZI 
BRADLEY PRIEM 



EVAN RAFFI 
NICHOLAS RAFFI 
SHARMETHA RAMANAN 
MARY RASPHOUMY 
JORDAN RAVAGNI 







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JAKE REED 

NICOLE RESENDES 

LIAM REYNOLDS 

ALEX RIPIANZI 

SCOTT ROBINSON 



BENJAMIN ROHLEDER 

||hRISTOPHER ROMANO 

DANA ROSSETTI 

JONATHAN RUF 

JOSHUA RUMPLE 



MICHAEL RUSSO 

JACQUELINE RYAN 

RACHAEL SAINATO 

TAYLA SANTANGELO 

BRIDGET SANTOS 



CHRISTOPHER SARTORI 

VICTORIA SCHULTES 

NICHOLAS SCOPPETTUOLO 

KENDRA SCOTT 

JOSEPH SCURTO 



EDWARD SILVA 

THOMAS SIMMONS 

ALYSSA SLAVIN 

LIAM SOYE 

BRANDON SPIGHT 





DANIEL STEIN 

THOMAS STEIN 

MEGHAN STEMMLER 

CAROLINE SULICK 

HLEIGH SULLIVAN 



GLENN SULLIVAN 
ICHAE LA SULLIVAN 

SAVANNAH SULLIVAN 
SHAYNA SULLIVAN 

STEPHANIE SULLIVAN 










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JOSHUA SULTAN 
CARLE E SUTERA 
JACOB TAGUE 
BRIAN NATAVARES 
KRISTATEDESCO 



HEATHER TRITES 
SHAYNE TROUT 
EMILY TROY 
RANIECE TURNER 
SIOBHAN TURNER 



WALTER VALDMESO 
DANIEL VALERIO 
JACOB VI El RA 
NATHANIEL VINCE 
JOSEPH VISALLI 



HAILEE WALSH 
OLIVIA WALSH 
RYAN WALSH 
JULIA WARREN 
CAMERON WHITEHEAD 



JASMIN WOLFF 
RYAN WOOLMAN 
SAMANTHAWOROB 
JUSTIN WRIGHT 
MENGNAXING 



FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED: 

Michael Bombay, Amanda Lynch, Lauryn Jensen, and Mitchell Walsh 




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Written by Phil Lentini 

Performed by Phil Lentini and Steven Le 

at the Thanksgiving Day Pep Rally 



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Call me Tim 

McCarthy 'cause im balling 

Taking a bunch of shots 

And these shots are falling 

3 rd and long and 

I got the ball, I'm calling 

Wildcat O, run it in like John Parsons 

Yo, I'll swat your shot like Cole 

Hit the links, Keough 

Slamming on the rim like Vinny Scifo 

Yeah, you know I ball so hard 

Score the goal like Rach Grabar, throw TDs like Ferreira 

Playing lockdown D like my name's Tom Broman 

Fight conspiracy with my man Dan Collins 

Fever pitch, just call me Nicole Lunt 

Blocking every shot you take just like Sarah Luz 

Spike mad serves call me Jamie Mara, tee off on the course like Steve Taylor 

Base hit up the middle, my names Crannel, can't do what I do so I say oh well 

Oh well, oh well, oh well, I say 

ting homeruns like Dalton Rolli 
:e Creedon danglin on my skates 

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Take a shot, you need to 

But I'll snag that shot like Sie 

Looking at the net 

Pull up three like Kyle Peach do 

Ripping boards like Albs 

Its astounding, rebounding 

Holy moley Trevor Foley 

Netting snipes right past the goalie 

The crowds cheering on the team 

Making Thanksgiving games feel like million dollar dreams 

Teeing off on the course like my name's Dan Keane 

Then I take vou down likr 



I lead my team, Zach A 

Scorin' in the clutch you can call me Willy 

When I'm on the track I'm just like Jake 

I'm winnin, yeah we winnin, winnin like Charlie 

Sheen, my game's really mean 

I do it like Big Sean when it's all about my team 

Got my band playin, just like Bleier 

I'm way to hot, bout to catch that fire 




I'll bump the shot like Hollenbeck 

Past the net 'til it hits the floor, that's a point . 

Block intruders like I'm sick of them 

Fiddling with the D line like the Kikkian 

I'm too fast, call me Eddy 

Running down the field, make defenders legs spaghetti 

In field hockey call me Newhouse 

Captain of my team, I'm afraid your team will lose out 

You're going south, Wilmington is up top 

We're the best, arguments of that are always unsai 

Left Cape Ann bout to run Middlesex 

I am Phil Lentini and this rap is finished 



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J. O'Regan, P. Barry, S. Manganelli, R. Anglemyer-Anderson, E. DeLucia, T. Vibert, 
J. Parsons, C. Popa, S. Silva, J. MacKinnon, E. Jennings, K. Dunfey, E. Masiello, 
B. Wong, B. Priem, M. Curtis, T. Trites, T. Homola, K. Smith, J. Mack, D. Caira, N. 
Colella, S. Coakley, D. Pendenza, F. Cerbone, D. Pothier, A. Woodbury, S. Surrette, 
T. Frasier, P. O'ConnelhA. Furlong, B.Ahern, J. Gingras, T. Vibert, G. Dunnett, K. 
Albanese, D. Paige, N. Troy, C. Ahern^ 






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The football team came into the 20 1 1 season 
coming off a strong 8-3 record from the year 
before. Returning many players on offense and 
defense, the team's future looked bright. Led 
by captains John Parsons and Alex Furlong, 
the team went into their first game with the 
spark and determination to have another 
great season. The faced the daunting task 
of challenging the Middlesex League after 
leaving the Cape Ann. They would go on to 
a 4-1 record in the league, with their only 
loss coming to the Middlesex powerhouse, 
Wakefield. On defense, the Wildcats were 
strong on the line, tearing across and gaining 
sacks game after game. The secondary proved 
strong as well, gaining over 200 tackles over 
the season. The offensive line returned many 
starters from the season past, giving them 



an edge over their opponents. The Wildcat 
backfield was a force, with a strong ground 
game and a threatening game in the air. The 
resulting forces helped the Wildcats secure a 
spot in the Middlesex league, proving to all 
that they were a worthy contender. For the 
seniors, their last season was a great one, with 
solid victories over some very impressive teams, 
including long time threat Masconomet, and 
a nail biter that came down to the last minute 
against Burlington. They were leaders on an 
off the team leading a helping hand to the 
underclassmen in every aspect of the game. As 
they depart from the high school and head on 
with their lives, may they have good luck and 
know that they will be missed! 







Fall Season: 
S. Butler, M. Hersom, 
T. Higgins, T. Howlet, 
L. Hydorn, J. Jackson, 
A. Lacambrla, S. 
Mazzie, K. McGowan, 
S. McHugh, L Murphy, 
E. Nilson, L. Powers*, 
D. Rae, D. Reynolds, 
L. Stalker, S. Sullivan, 
P. Tonra*, M. Torres, 
J. Welch, S. Wolfe, S. 
Worob, B. Zaccagnini. 

Head Coach: Nicole 
Minghella-French 

Winter Season: 
T. Higgins, T. Howlett, 
S. McHugh*, N. 
Rancati, B. Zaccagnini, 
M. Hersom, S. Mazzie, 
D. Rae, K. Rogers, A. 
Silva, G. Barbaro, M. 
Barrasso, S. Butler, D. 
Rossetti, T. Santangelo, 
S. Sullivan, S. Worob 




The Varsity Cheerleaders demonstrated 
their support during the fall and winter 
seasons cheering for the football and 
basketball teams in addition to performing 
at the Thanksgiving game pep rally. 

This year's fall squad was led by co-captains 
Lauren Powers and Paige Tonra as well as 
Seniors Lindsay Hydorn, Janelle Jackson, 
Kelly McGowan, Leandra Murphy and 
Lauren Stalker. Following in the tradition 
of former Wilmington cheerleaders, 
they worked very hard to prepare for 
competitions where they showcased 
outstanding skills and talent. 



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C. Palmerino, J. Walsh, M. Diorio, J. Mara*, P. Warren, 
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After a successful switch from 
the Cape Ann League into the 
Middlesex League, the Wilmington 
Wildcat boys soccer team didn't 
know what to expect. After starting 
out the season slow, the team 
finished 6-6-6 and went undefeated 
in the last 7 games before the 
tournament. They reached the 
tournament as the 23 ranked seed 
and lost a tight 2-1 game against 
Stoneham. The team was lead by 
captains Jamie Mara, Phil Lentini, 
and Zach Anderson. Having only 
4 senior starters, the team shows 
a lot of promise for the next years. 
Jamie Mara, Phil Lentini and junior 
Colin Doherty were recognized on 
the Lowell Sun 2 nd All Star Team. 
Overall, it was a successful season 
and congratulations to the team. 




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C. Grasso, A. 
Kippenberger, M. 
Otis, A. Howland, 
C. Robarge, H. 
Niemiec, M. Priem, 
K. Hartsough, A. 
Bischoff, K. Mangan, 
K. Curley, J. Parece, 
L. McKenna, K. 
Tavares, T. Shelton, 
M. D'Ambrosio, R. 
Grabar, P. Bennett, L 
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S. Luz, K. Woods. 

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The Girls Varsity Soccer team entered the 
competitive Middlesex League this year, 
and it brought many challenges. New 
teams, new players, and a new formation 
gave the Wildcats a fresh start. With only a 
few additions, the team was experienced 
and prepared to face any foe. With an 
impressive record of 1 0-5-4 the girls 
successfully qualified for the tournament. 
Leading the team were captains Rachel 
Grabar, Sarah Luz, and Alexa Brown, 
along with seniors Michaela D'Ambrosio, 
Taylor Shelton, and Paige Bennett. The 
talented squad had one of the best records 
throughout the past years, and hopes to 
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A. Richards, S. Sullivan, L. DiOrio, J. Carter, G. Hery, J. 
Stuart, C. Cavanaugh*, C. Cadogan, R. Newhouse*, K. 
McKenna, J. Duffy, C. Wilson*, C. Herra. 

Head Coach: Jodi Cambell 



The Field Hockey Team had an 
impressive season this year. With a 
1 3-5-2 record the team made it to the 
second round of the State Tournament. 
Led by captains Courtney Cavanaugh, 
Cristina Wilson and Ryanne Newhouse 
the team was a strong force. None of 
the team's accomplishments would 
have been possible if they weren't 
coached by Jodi Campbell. The team's 
greatest achievement was tying the 
number one seed Watertown 2-2 after 
losing 6-2 in the previous meeting. 
Knowing that the Watertown team has 
had a strong program for many years 
the team was ecstatic when they tied 
the team who ended up winning the 
State Tournament. ALL-STARS include: 
Cristina Wilson, Courtney Cavanaugh, 
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Boys Varsity Golf made their premier 
appearance in the Middlesex league and 
finished with a very respectable 6-7 season 
record and a winning league record of 
4-1 . Led by senior captains John Keough 
and Dalton Rolli, the Wildcats started the 
season not having much experience with 
match play, however, they adapted well 
to the new league rules and scoring. The 
team qualified for the state tournament 
for the third straight year under Coach 
Steve Lynch. Along with John and Dalton, 
seniors Dan Keane and Steve Taylor were 
strong leaders on the team. Juniors Matt 
Chiricosta, Matt Boutoures, Jeff Favuzza 
and sophomore Ryan McEvoy were all 
key contributors. It was a transitional year 
for the team and they all had a good 
season putting in 1 00% effort every day. 
In recognition of his fine play, Keough was 
named a League All Star. The golf team 
would like to thank Coach Lynch and Chris 
Carter from Hillview Country Club for all 
their contributions throughout the year. 

D. Keane, J. Keough, D. Rolli, M. Butoures, J. 
Cambell, G. Carta, M. Chiricosta, J. Favuzza, 
R. Fulkerson, A. Morris, J. Rogers, S. Taylor, R. 
McEvoy, C. Kennedy, A Labau, J. Marino, S. 
Sartori, G. Sullivan. 

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T. Valente, E. Alatalo, B. Carter, 
N. Connors, D. Featherskill, M. 
Ferrara, S. Halas*, C. Houde, R. 
Kennedy, A. Sears*, S. Altalo, J. 
Larosa, N. Pappas, D. Santos. 

Head Coach: Thomas Bradley 



Entering the Middlesex League brought 
interesting experiences for the Wildcat Boys 
Cross Country team. This year was a learning 
experience for the boys, as they traversed 
new courses, and faced new competition. 

Led by Captains Andrew Sears, Steve Halas, 
and Chris Monteforte, the team posted a 
2-5 record with some very close finishes. 
Newcomers Erik Alatalo and David Swider 
each had strong seasons, as Alatalo and 
Halas would go on to be League All- Stars. 

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team was one of its best seasons, especially 
considering it was the first year in the 
Middlesex League. They finished with an 
impressive overall record of 4-3. 

The Girls had a very young team this year 
with no seniors. Juniors Savannah Hubbard 
and Kate Richardson stepped up to lead the 
squad as captains. Strong runners Sydnee 
Russo and Callie O'Connell had good years. 
The team is looking forward to next year 
and hopes to better their record further with 
experience of returning all their runners. 



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Hubbard*, K. Richardson, S. Salerno, 
J. Collins, K. Goodwin, M. Patrone, 
N. Romanzo, S. Russo, G. Scalfani, K. 
Fitzgerald, K. MacCorkle, M. Murray, D. 
Rosetti, A. Delacruz, C. O'Connell, A. 
Romanzo, M. Sullivan. 

Head Coach: Thomas Bradley 









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Losing five seniors along with entering 
a new league, the Wilmington Wildcat 
Varsity Volleyball team had many obstacles 
to face at the start of their 20 1 1 season. 
The team devoted much of their time to 
pre-season workout sessions and volleyball 
camps to prepare themselves. At tryouts 
their hard work was quite apparent 
when everyone appeared in top shape 
and ready to play. The team's leadership j 
was provided by senior captains, Caitlin J 
McDonough and Robin Hollenbeck. Seniors 
also included Kel ley Wilcox, Lauren Sullivan, 
Emma Saporito, Ashley White, and Kerry 
Murphy. The team continued to work hard 
throughout the season and finished with a 
6-1 4 record. Many of their losses came in 
nail-biting five game sets, so the record does 



R. Hollenbeck, C. McDonough, 
K. Murphy, E. Saporito, L. 
Sullivan, K. Wilcox, L. Bennett, 
M. Tonra, M. Woods, C. Brent, 
C. Castellano, K. Donoghue, M. 
Hydorn, H. Reynolds. 

Head Coach: Megan Sheehy 



not give the team as much credit as they 
deserve. One of the highlights of the season; 
was beating Belmont in the fifth game of a 
very close match. 

Off the court, the team enjoyed many 
bonding experiences with numerous team 
dinners and hosting the Dig Pink fundraiser 
supporting breast cancer awareness and 
research. This will be an unforgettable 
season for the Wildcat Volleyball Program. 
It could not have been successful without 
the dedication of Coaches Ms. Sheehy and 
Ms. Magee. The interest in volleyball at 
Wilmington high school is on the rise, so you 
can look forward to even more success from 
this program in the upcoming years. 




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The Boys Wrestling team 
had a very productive 
year in which they 
participated in several 
meets with new towns 
in the Middlesex league. 
Captain Alex Furlong 
helped play a pivotal role 
in the season in which 
the team showed great 
heart, determination and 
enthusiasm. They had a 
good season and look 
forward to next year. 







R. Adams, R. Brabant, J. Carlin, G. Carta, M. Dancewicz, Ma. Diorio, 
Mi. Diorio, M. Felisberto, A. Furlong, S. Gilbert, L. Goodwin, T. 
Gorman, C. Halliday, J. Ho, C. Hoffman, J. Kendall, J. Lawrenson, 
D. Lee, A. Lesperance, B. McCarthy, P. McFall, B. Metcalfe, B. 
Nazzaro, S. Piro, J. Pumphret, A. Ripianzi, B. Rohleder, B. Spight, T. 
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The Wilmington boys basketball team had 
a successful season under head coach Joe 
Maiella, finishing with an overall 8-1 2 record, 
5-5 in the Middlesex League small school 
division. This inaugural year competing in 
the Middlesex league had both high and 
low points for the boys basketball team. 
They struggled in the beginning but then 
reeled off four straight wins and fought hard 
throughout the entire season. As expected, 
competition was tough but the Wildcats 
never gave up and kept pushing on through. 
The season may not have ended the way 
people had hoped it would, but it was still a 
year to remember. 

Wilmington's Tim McCarthy and Kyle 
Albanese received special recognition for their 
outstanding performances by being named 
Middlesex All-League. McCarthy and Albanese 
were both captains along with Vin Scifo 
who sadly missed most of the season due to 
an injury ending his quest for 1 ,000 career 
points. Along with these three seniors, there 
were five others who had storied basketball 
careers. These players were Phil Lentini, 
Jamie Mara, John Parsons, Kyle Peach and 
Cole Peffer. It was an unforgettable season 
for the whole team. Next year's squad looks 
promising with a strong group of juniors 
returning. The seniors will be missed but wish 
the boys good luck next year. 




P. Lentini, J. MacKinnon, 
T. Woods, S. Colangelo, T. 
Vibert, T. Letellier, V. Scifo*, 
C. Peffer, T. McCarthy*, K. 
Peach, J. Parsons, J. Mara, 
M. Zappalo, K. Albanese*, J. 
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Head Coach -Joseph Maiella 





Ca. Brent, Ch. Brent, E. 
Crannell, C. O'Flaherty, M. 
Stinson, J. Stewart, 5. Luz, 
L. McKenna, C. Wilson, M. 
Woods, A. Derian, R. Mara 
M. Priem 



Competing in a new league for the 201 1- 
201 2 season, the Wildcat Girl's Basketball 
team played their way to the semi-finals of 
the state tournament and an overall record of 
1 8-5. The girls finished 1 st in the small school 
division of the Middlesex League and are 
now able to hang a championship banner 
for the first time in fifty years. With two huge 
home court victories over Waltham and 
Gloucester in the first and second rounds of 
the tournament, they earned the chance to 
face Arlington Catholic. Although the girls 
lost that game, their impressive record and 
Middlesex League Championship cannot be 
overlooked. 

In addition to a stellar season against local 
competition, the girl's team traveled to 
Florida over Christmas break for a once in 




a lifetime opportunity to play in a Holiday 
tournament. They returned home with a 
second place trophy and memories they will 
have forever. 

This year's team was led by senior co- 
captains, Emily Cranell and Jennifer 
Stewart with significant contributions from 
fellow seniors Meghan Stinson, Cristina 
Wilson, and Sarah Luz. Two members of 
the Wilmington team earned individual 
Middlesex honors as Emily Cranell was 
named League MVP and both Cranell and 
Stewart were named League All Stars. With 
all the success, memories and friendships 
made this year, it will truly be a season none 
of them will ever forget. 



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The 201 1-2012 Boys Indoor Track team 
finished 1-5 on the season. However, 
three meets were incredibly close, with 
the Wildcats losing by only about 3-5 
points. There were many excellent 
individual performances. More than 1 
athletes qualified for the Division III State 
Championship meet. Two athletes even 
qualified for the All-State Meet as one of 
the top 24 athletes in their respective 
event in all of Massachusetts. There was 
also a Middlesex League Champion, and 
several athletes were voted Middlesex 
League All-Stars. 



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E. Alatalo, P. Barry, C. Chase, R. Cocca, S. Dancewicz, A. Fino, D. Fothergill, S. Hasas, C. Houde, C. 
Ippolito, J. Irizarry, E. Jennings, R. Kinsella, J. Larosa, V. Le, M. Maggioli, A. Maienza, C. Maienza, M. 
Marinella, P. McGondel, C. Monteforte, A. Pizette, J. Russo, A. Sears, C. Smith, D. Swider, E. Swider, 
C. Townsend, T. Valente, P. Warren, J. Weaver, B. Wong 

Head Coach - Michael Kinney 



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captains Nichole Lunt and Melanie Folk 
and Junior captains Savannah Hubbard 
and Katelyn Richardson entered the new 
Middlesex League with much enthusiasm. 
The girls held their own against some 
very tough opponents and had many 
accomplishments to be proud of. Finishing 
with a league record of 2-3, they went on to 
place fourth in the Division III State Meet. 

MVP of the team with the greatest number of 
individual points was senior Cali Peffer. Not far 
behind in overall points were Kelly Hartsough 
and Rachel Alatalo, who did a superb job 
all season. Peffer, Hartsough, Alatalo and 
Alex Bishoff made up the incredible 4x400 



M. Folk* N. Lunt*, C. Peffer, 
M. Barnes, R. Donahue, D. 
Gillis, S. Hubbard, K. Mangan, 
K. Richardson, K. Tavares, R. 
Alatalo, A. Blschoff, J. Collins, 
J. Cornish, K. Hartsough, S. 
Hill, A. Howland, J. Kannally, 
P. McDonald, M. Otis, M. 
Patrone, N. Romanzo, 5. Russo, 
K. Saunders, H. Tasheva, D. 
Almeida, V. Lee, K. MacCorkle, A. 
Sullivan, S. Sullivan 



relay team. Their team event was the only 
one entered in the All-State meet. Ladies 
that qualified for States in their individual 
events were Nichole Lunt, Cali Peffer, Kelly 
Hartsough, Savannah Hubbard, Sydnee 
Russo, Rachel Alatalo and Alex Bishoff. 

Kelly Hartsough earned individual recognition 
and was named Middlesex League All Star for 
the 1 000 meter. In addition, the combined 
efforts of the 4x400 relay team earned them 
Middlesex League All Star honors as well. 
With the support and motivation of Coach 
Bradley and Coach Tracy the girls had a 
great season and should be proud of their 
accomplishments! 








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J. Rogers, C. McGowan, B. 
McDonough, W. Borges, K. Smith, 
C. Owens, C. Collins, B. Carter, 
B. Pickett, T. Foley, J. Russell, J. 
Giroux, D. Dinatale, D. Rolli*, A. 
Castellano, A. Siegel, F. Cerbone, 
L. Foley, D. CreedonJ. O'Neill, B. 
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Everyone anticipated that Wilmington's 
opponents in the new Middlesex League 
were going to be much tougher than they 
were used to, especially in boys hockey. 
They certainly were, but that competition 
proved to be a critical factor as it prepared 
them for an exhilarating post season run 
that ended with the 20 11 -201 2 Boys Hockey 
team finally attaining that elusive goal which 
all high school teams strive for - a State 
Championship. 

Beginning the season without its starting 
offensive line, the Wildcats were still tough 
from the onset tying Division I Woburn in the 
final 2 1 seconds of a very exciting opening 



match up. As the season progressed, the 
battle between Wilmington, Burlington and 
Wakefield for the Middlesex Small title became 
very intense. It came down to the Wildcat's 
final league match up against Burlington in 
front of a packed house at the Ice Palace. 
Although Wilmington lost to Burlington and 
ended up in second place in the Middlesex 
League, they did not let this deter them from 
their quest for the bigger prize. 

Finishing the regular season with a record of 
1 1-4-5, Wilmington landed the eight seed in 
the Division II Tourney. The Wildcats stormed 
through the north sectional outscoring four 
opponents including top seeded Lynnfield 

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Girls Varsity Ice Hockey showed great effort in their 
season and worked as hard as they could for the 
benefit of their team as a whole. The season was 
productive and a great chance for the team to 
grow together and pick up their game with high 
hopes for years to come. Great Season! 





B. Santos, S. Doane, L. Depasquale, C. Robarge, J. 
Jewkes, S. Depasquale, C. Castellano* , J . Farrell*, 
R. Gautreau, A. Kippenberger, J. Ryan. T. Perella, 
M. McLaughlin, A. Michals, D. Mallett, H. Hayes, K. 
MacDougall, S. Grasso, L. Fitch, M. Dibenedetto, C. 
Good, E. Farrell, C. Hardy, S. McHugh 

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by a total of 1 4-5. That set the stage for the 
big game, the one all little boys dream about 
when they start playing hockey. On an 
unseasonably warm March day, the bleach 
blonde Wildcats boarded the bus at Ristuccia 
one more time amidst their supportive 
families, friends and loyal fans known as the 
"seventh player", and were police escorted to 
Boston to face South Champion Franklin at 
the TD Garden. Although it was truly a team 
effort, Junior Cam Owens was star of the 
show with a hat trick leading the Wildcats to 
a thrilling 3-2 victory and claim of the state 
title for the first time in school history. 

This year's team was led by Senior Captain 
Dalton Rolli and other seniors Frank Cerbone, 
Adam Siegel, Trevor Foley, Dan Creedon, 
Jim O'Neill and Jackie Mulrenan. Sophomore 
Drew Foley was stellar in net all season 
posting five shut outs including one during 
tourney play. Every player contributed 
to the success of this tight knit team and 
some individuals were recognized for their 
outstanding individual performances. Cam 
Owens was named Division II MIAA State 
Tournament MVP and Junior Defenseman 
Brian Pickett was selected Middlesex All 
League. Steve Scanlon was also recognized 
for his part in the Wildcat success and named 
Coach of the Year. 

The Garden Party that started in Boston 
continued in Wilmington at the Knights of 
Columbus where family, friends, and fans 
gathered to celebrate with the team they 
were so proud of. It was a game, a day, a 
season that will be talked about for many 
years to come. Congratulations to this group 
of talented young men who will always be 
remembered as the 201 1 - 201 2 WHS State 
Championship Hockey team. 



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high schools across the state in a series often academic events. These events 
cover Economics, Language and Literature, Mathematics, Music, Fine Arts and 
Social Science. Students are given awards based both on individual and team 
achievements. A unique aspect of the program is that each nine-member 
team must consist of three students (decathletes) each with "A", "B" and 
"C" grade point averages. Students may be in any grade and an unlimited 
number of alternatives may also compete. 



istin Esdale, Kaitlin Kinsella, Melanie Folk, Sara Hogan, Alaina Coakley, 
Stephanie Tran, Lisamarie DiOrio, John Cimeno, Sabrina Mirabella, Vincent Le, 
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leadership in careers in business, 

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management, and hospitality. 

Students excelled in competition, 

succeeding in tests and role plays, | 

with 44 students that moved on 

to state level competition. Life Skills DECA students participated in a Life Skills District competition 

WHS DECA worked to organize fundraising events, including the yearly Glow Dance and Harle 

Superstars game, to help support students as they advance in competition. This year's state 

winners supported the chapter and MA DECA at the Salt Lake City International Competition. 



E. Alatalo*, R. Alatalo*, P. Bennett*, D. Biase, A. Bischoff, W. Borges, A. Brown, K. Burke, J. Carter, 

C. Castellano, M. Ciampa, R. Cocca, C. Contrada, M. D'Ambrosio, D. Dave, L. Diorio, J. Donovan, K. 
Dunfey, B. Feindel, A. Furlong, L. Furrier, K, Goncalves, R. Greenberg, K. Harrington, J. Hill, A. Hoang, 
R. Holloran, B. Hurley, H. Judkins, V. Le, C. Lee, D. Lee, E. Lee, A. Lobao, P. MacDonald, M. Marinella, 
E. Mazzei, M. McConologue, C. McCoy, K. McGilvray, N. McGilvray, C. Monteforte, S. Moran, A. Morris, 
H. Niemiec, M. O'Donoghue, Z. O'Neil, A. Papastathis, B. Priem, B. Priem, M. Priem, M. Rasphoumy, N. 
Ricardo, R. Russo, K. Souza, S. Spinazola, J. Stratouly, S. Sullivan, P. Tonra, R. Townsend, T. Trites, A.Vitale, 

D. Weaver, A. White, J. Williams, R. Wollman, B. Wong, M. Xing; Advisor: Mrs. Anderson and Ms. Cool 







President: Lizzy Hill; Vice President: Joanna Torres; Treasurer: Nicholas Michelangelo; Secretary, . 
Director and Webmaster: Stephen Valenti; Gardening Sub-Committee: Lilly Day, David Fielding, Vivian Le, 
Hannah Paoletti, Melanie Reagan, Rebecca Schultz, Molly Torres 

R. Aatalo, D. Amaral, M. Barnes, A. Bonnette-Kim, A. Carroll, J. Cimeno, L. Day, M. Denney, R.Donahue, E. 
Duffy, K. Dunn, D. Fielding, L. Harvey, L. Hill, S. Hill, S. Huynh, H. Judkins, E. Koehler, V. Le, V. Lee, B. Loud, 
P. MacCorkle, K. Maccorkne, T. Maffei, D. Mallett, D. Maltaus, N. Michelangelo, E. Monteforte, E. Mullaney, 

C. Murray, M. Murray, R. Nussbaum, K. O'Brien, S. O'Brien, S. O'Brien, J. O'Leary, Z. O'Neil, S. Ouellette, M. 
Palermo, H. Paoletti, K. Raval, M. Reagan, S. Reagan, Z.Reed, N. Ricardo, R. Schultz, C. Sirignano, A., Speranza, 

D. Swider, J. Thai, J. Torres, M.Torres, N. Troy, E. Troy, S. Valenti, P. Ward, L. Zhong; Advisor: Ms. Pietro 



The Wilmington High School 
Environmental Club is a 
student-centered organization 
formed to help protect, 
conserve and improve on 
environmental issues within 
WHS. The club will also raise 
awareness on a local level. 



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editing, and overseeing 
the production of the 
club's annual Literary & Arts 
Magazine which contains 
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tioetry, short prose, one act 
cenes, music, photography, 
etc . We also commit ourselves 
to running the annual ArtSlam 
show which highlights live 
music, poetry readings, and 
jred art. The mission of 
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nique art of Wilmington 
High School students and 
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/licheile Barnes, Jacki Cote, Lilly Day, 
Megan Denney, Connor Farnham, Liz 
Harvey, Morgan Mayo, Kenney Medeiros, 
Serene Ouellette; 

Advisors: Ms. Bellavia and Ms. Parviainen 



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Vice-President: Courtney Capistran 
Secretary: Hannah Briere 

R. Alataio, P. Ammon, M. Barnes, M. 
Bransfield, H. Briere, C. Capistran, 
E. Ceres, J. Cimeno, M. Daly, B. 
Dembowski, M. DiLorenzo, L. 
DiOrio, K. Esdale, J. Frost, D. Gillis, 
C. Grealish, J. Grealish, E. Howland, 
K. Kinsella, W. MacKinnon, T. Maffei, 
N. Michelangelo, J. Romano, H. 
Tasheva, J. Torres, A, Warner: 
Advisor: Mr. Hackett 



The 20 1 1 -20 1 2 Model UN/Debate Club has 
worked hard representing the Wilmington 
High School in various debates. Throughout 



conferences at St. John's Shrewsbury, St. John's 
Prep, and Boston College High School in 
addition to running several in-school debates. 
Model UN/Debate club debated topics ranging 
from historical events to relevant situations in 
the modern world. The club also traveled to 
New York City to visit the 9/1 1 Memorial and 
the United Nations building. 




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scholarship, character, leadership and service. 



President: Lisa Marie DiOrio, 
Vice President: Kristin Esdale 
Secretary: Alaina Coakley 
Treasurer: Cali Peffer 

L Azevedo, B. Banda, V. Beck, P. Bennett, J. Bleier, A. 
Brown, C. Cadogan, C. Capistran, A. Cappuccio, C. 

vanaugh, M. Ciampa, A. Coakley, E. Crannell, T. 

shing, M. D'Ambrosio, K. Dankese, K. Dankese, L 

Drio, K. Esdale, A. Fino, K. Fitzpatrick, M. Flaherty, M. 

k, B. Godfrey, R. Grabar, S. Hogan, H. Judkins, K. 

'owski, S. Le, E. Lee, P. Lentini, S. Luz, L Maggioli, J. 

ra, C McDonough, S. Mirabella, M. Palermo, C Peffer, 

3 effer, D. Pothier, J. Romano, J. Russo, R. Russo, L 
Smith, J. Stewart, L. Sullivan, S. Sullivan, E. Surette, M. To, 
K. Wilcox, A. Worthington; Advisor: Mrs. Tucker 



P.E.A.C.E. (People Everywhere Are Created Equal) club formed 



to combat prejudice, poverty and indifference in our school and 
global community. This year P.E.A.C.E club collected over 250 
pairs of jeans for homeless teens, walked for suicide awareness 
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Brooks Carter, Vice President 
Lisa Hitchins, Secretary 
Lisa DiOrio, Treasurer 
Mike Ciampa, Srgt. At Arms 
Rachel Grabar, Event Coordinator 
Alyssa Cappuccio, Public Relations 
Kelley Wilcox, Public Relations 
Andrew Sears, Board Member 
Zach O'Neil, Board Member 
Alex Neville, Board Member 
Jared Walsh, Board Member 
Kristen Luise, Board Member 
Jake Aoki, Board Member 

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Throughout the years the WHS Interact club has grown to be one of the largest clubs WHS 
has to offer and one of the biggest Interact clubs in the nation. This year we enrolled 1 98 
members. The club is open to all four grades. Among the annual events that the Interact Club 
participates in are the Wilmington Half-Marathon, held every September, Leaf-Raking for senior 
citizens in the fall, participation in the Rotary Auction and serving breakfast at the Wilmington 
Recreation Department's "Breakfast with Santa" held at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Interact 
members also participate in several opportunities to serve meals to Senior Citizens at the Buzzell 
Center and Deming Way, as well as participate in the annual Wilmington Senior Trivia contest 
held every spring. The Club is proud to have helped with sponsoring and packing supplies for 
Local Heroes. With more than 1 0,700 Interact clubs in 1 09 countries, Interact has become a 
worldwide phenomenon. Almost 200,000 young people are involved in Interact. Rotary follows 
a simple statement: "Service Above Self." Students that belong to this club are a true testament 
to a long-standing tradition of Wilmington individuals who step forward to help others in need. 
They also build a solid foundation for future service to others, either as future Rotarians or as 
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\DD has had another successful year at Wilmington High School raising awareness about the 
iks and consequences of destructive decisions. This year's Executive Board members include 
jstin Bieier, Kaitlin Kinsella, Bea Banda, and Rachel Johansen. As an 84 Chapter, the group 
articipates in Kick Butts Day, an annual event in Boston where students protest the tobacco 
idustry's targeting of youth. Some of SADD's reoccurring activities include Red Ribbon Week 
and Grim Reaper Day, as well as safe prom activities. In another program called "SADD Social 
Solutions," SADD students from the high school perform skits in order to educate fifth graders 
about how to make positive social choices. This year, in collaboration with the Wildcat Project 
ask Force, SADD has sponsored several guest speakers and performances, and has assisted 
i planning the mandatory pre-prom meeting. The group had a very productive, eventful year 
and looks forward to continuing our mission in the future. 

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Editor-in-Chief: Brian Godfrey 

Events Editor: Sara Pudveiis 

Sports Editor: Brooks Carter and Will MacKinnon 

Clubs Editor: Rebecca Russo and Cristina Wilson 

Marketing Manager: Nathan McGilvray 

Advisor: Ms. Fidler 



The 201 2 Hourglass Yearbook staff has worked 
diligently to produce this year's book. From 
selecting a cover concept and design to 
painstakingly proofreading each page, this group 
met regularly throughout the year to complete a 
book you could all cherish for years to come. We 
hope that you will enjoy the finished product! 




SADD Members: 
Bea Banda 
Justin Bleier 
Lizzy Hill 
Hannah Judkins 
Alexa Worthington 
Carlee Sutera 
Laura Keller 
Kayla Rossetti 
Shannon Wilcox 
Alyssa Cappuccio 
Caitlin Barabow 
Jacob Aoki 
Andrew Fino 
Lisa Diorio 
Courtney Capistran 
Sarah Johansson 
Rachel Johansson 
Michelle Murray 
Caroline Johnston 
Julia Warren 
Cristina Cheng 
Stephen O'Brien 



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Brianna Loud 
Shelley O'Brien 
Kelley O'Brien 
Caroline Nguyen 
Meaghan Bransfield 
DJ Weaver 
Jess Weeden 
Jenn Sferraza 
Savannah Hubbard 
Christian Houde 
Ling Zhong 
Sharmetha Ramanan 
Victoria Lee 
Ryan Kinsella 
Caitlin Kinsella 
Adam DiTocco 
Matt Polermo 
Jamie Mara 
Bubba Sutera 
Sabrina Mirabella 
Jack Campbell 
Kevin Dunn 
Connor Farnham 




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The Class of 2012 
Advisors: Ms. Bortone and Mrs. Burns 

Derek Mayo, President I Shelley Sullivan, Vice President 
Nikkia Marcin, Treasurer I Kelley Wilcox, Secretary 



The Class of 2013 
Advisors: Ms. O'Mara and Mr. Maloney 

Wayne Huynh, President I Jeff Favuzza, Vice President 

Kaitlin Kinsella, Treasurer I Brooks Carter, Secretary 

Holly Niemiec, Public Relations 



The Class of 2014 
Advisors: Mrs. Hooper 

Molly Torres, President I Michael DiLorenzo, Vice President 
Katy Goodwin, Treasurer I Melanie Reagan, Secretary 



The Class of 2015 
Advisors: Ms. Bellavia and Ms. Fidler 

Jeremy Frost, President I Jimmy Lawrenson, Vice President 
Emma Ceres, Treasurer I Chris Maienza, Secretary 



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Sarah Johansson 
Hannah Judkins 
Daniel Keane 
Emily Koehler 
Kathleen Kurowski 
Steven Le 
Vincent Le 
Eric Lee 
Philip Lentini 
Nichole Lunt 
Sarah Luz 
Kassandra Madore 
Alexis Maffei 
Laura Maggioli 
James Mara 
Nikkia Marcin 
Kelsey Mattes 
Derek Mayo 
Timothy McCarthy 
Caitlin McDonough 
Nathan McGilvray 



1 1 2 Patrick McGondel 

1 1 3 Kelly McGowan 

1 1 4 Cassandra Medeiros 

1 1 5 Ashley Michals 

1 1 6 Hannah Middleton 

1 1 7 Sabrina Mirabella 

1 1 8 Chris Monteforte 

1 1 9 Shawn Moran 

1 20 Michael Mullens 

1 2 1 Kerry Murphy 

1 22 Leandra Murphy 

1 23 Ryanne Newhouse 

1 24 Jonathan O'Brien 

1 25 Samantha O'Leary 

1 26 James O'Neill 

1 27 Matthew Palermo 

1 28 Rudra Pandya 

1 29 Danielle Parisi 

1 30 John Parsons 

1 3 1 Kyle Peach 

1 32 Cali Peffer 

1 33 Cole Peffer 

1 34 Gabriella Polcari 

135 Nary Poll 

1 36 Daniel Pothier 

1 37 Lauren Powers 

1 38 Sarah Reagan 

1 39 Rebecca Robichaud 

1 40 Dalton Roll! 

141 John Romano 

1 42 Joseph Russell 

1 43 Jacob Russo 

1 44 Rebecca Russo 

1 45 Nico Sandoval 

1 46 Emma Saporito 

1 47 Vincent Scifo 

1 48 Taylor Shelton 

1 49 Adam Siegel 

1 50 Andrea Simpson 

1 5 1 Kyle Skinner 

1 52 Killian Smith 

1 53 Lauren Smith 

1 54 Melissa Stafford 

1 55 Lauren Stalker 

1 56 Ashley Stevens 

1 57 Jennifer Stewart 

1 58 Meaghan Stinson 

1 59 Jennifer Stone 

1 60 Michela Stone 

1 6 1 Jonathan Stratouly 

1 62 Lauren Sullivan 

1 63 Eric Surette 

1 64 Robert Sutera 

1 65 Marianna Tassone 

1 66 Steven Taylor 

167 Mary To 

1 68 Paige Tonra 

1 69 RJ Townsend 

1 70 Rory Townsend 

1 7 1 Stephanie Tran 
1 72 Tyler Trites 

1 73 Travis Valente 

1 74 Daniel Vigneau 

175 Mikayla Visconti 
1 76 Kelley Wilcox 

177 Shannon Williams 

1 78 Cristina Wilson 

1 79 Alexa Worthington 



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determined young man. Follow your 
dreams, keep on smiling and know 
that we love you. We wish you many 
years of happiness and success. 



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us so many reasons to be proud of you! 

Congratulations & Best of Luck in the Future!! 

We Love You! 

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Congratulations Dan ! 

It seems like just yesterday that you 

were a freshman. We are very proud 

of you for all you've accomplished 

during the past four years. 

Love 
Dad, AAom. Nicole and Jessica 



Congratulations Fluffy! 



The measures of an athlete are wins and 
losses, the measures of a man are courage and 
character. You have proven yourself to be both 
a great athlete, a great young man, as well as a 
scholar. We have enjoyed watching your many 
contests over the years. 

Thank you for the memories! 
With Much Love, Mom and Dad 




Congratulations Rob. 

"You're off to Great Places! You're off and 
away! You have brains in your head. You 
have feet in your shoes. You can steer 
yourself in any direction you choose." 

—Dr. Seuss. Oh. the Places You'll Go! 

With Love. Mom. Dad & Carlee 







DearMiranda : 

We are so proud of you and the future is yours! You have worked extremely hard, 
stayed the course and we are so tkank/ut that you are our daughter. 

As you begin new chapters in your life, remain true to your heart and be proud of 
the versonyou have become. 

Every step of the way we will he cheerlngyou on and lookfonvard to watckingyou 
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Over the past thirteen years, so many of you have come 

into our lives at one time or another. You have touched 

our hearts and have filled our home with laughter, joy 

and iove. We thank you for these treasured memories. 

Best wishes to the entire class of 201 2 for a 

successful future filled with many blessings. 

— The Fino Family 




K-elley Anne Wilcox 




Don't cry 
because it's over, 
smile because it 
happened. 

— Dr. Seuss 



Kelley, 

We love you so much and are so 

proud of you. You will achieve your 

goals with your continued hard work 

and determination. Remember to 
always stay true to yourself 

Love, Mom, Dad, 
Shannon, and Zeus 





Jake PMA 

Jake, You are 

a wonderful 

son, brother, 
grandson and person. You make us 
proud everyday and we know you 
will continue to make us proud. You have grown so 
much in the last four years. You have handled your 
school work and athletics,your job and volunteer work 
and have been a good older brother. You have also 
learned to handle the tougher, sad parts of life with 
grace and strength. Your grandparents are so proud of 
all you have done for them Jake, and so are we. Your 
future is so bright Jake... 
LITERALLY... but always 
remember, WATCH out 
for alligators. 

We LOVE you so much, 
Dad, Mom, PJ, Natalie, 
Sydnee, Jordan, Dylan 
Nana and Papa 






Marianna, 

It seems like just yesterday 

you were graduating from 

pre-school. 



Young woman, our daughter 

our joy and our heart, 

You've reached the end 

only to find a new start. 

The world sees the young woman 
with her charm and her smile, 

but behind the woman, 
We will always see the child. 

Congratulations! We love you 

and we are so very proud of you. 

Dad, Mom and Joey! 



Our T>earest zM aster ¥(jllian, 




\Ne are eo proud of you 

and the young man 

you've become. The world 

\e at your fingertips to 

achieve whatever goale 

your heart dee\ree. 

Love, Mom, Vad, 

Christina, Van, Graham, 

3a\iey, Tiffanie, Chance 

and Colton 












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The 201 2 Hourglass Yearbook Staff 
would like to thank Michelle Sldwell 
and Jaymie Beckman of Walsworth 
Publishing for once again helping us to 
produce an outstanding book. 

Thank you to our official yearbook 
photography studio. Prestige Portraits and 
Steve Forslund for supplying the majority of 
the photos found in this year's book 



The 201 2 Hourglass Yearbook Staff 

Brian Godfrey, editor-in-chief 
Brooks Carter & Will MacKinnon, sports editors 

Sara Pudvelis, events editor 
Rebecca Russo & Cristina Wilson, clubs editor 

Nathan McGilvray, marketing 



General Staff Members 
and Contributors 



Brendan Ahem 

Vicki Beck 

Lauren Bennett 

Frank Cerbone 

Matt Chiricosta 

Mitch DeAmbrose 

Kelly DiCicco 

Dylan DiNatale 

Jeff Favuzza 

David Fielding 

Phil Lentini 

Patrick McGondel 

Vyctoria Oliveira 

Serena Ouellette 

Andrew Sears 

Taylor Shelton 

Marianna Tassone 

Missy Tonra 

Kelly Valletta 












Thank you also to the Wilmington High 
School administration, faculty and 
students for their continued cooperation 
throughout the past year. Without their 
patience and dedication, this book would 
not have been made possible. 

And thank you to any uncredited 
individuals who might have helped us 
with a last minute write-ups or photos. 

We apologize that we can't list all of you by 
name here. Please know that we couldn't 
have done this without you! 



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2011-2012 




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▼ LEGENDS ON TOUR 

Rap icons Jay-Z and 
Kanye West worked 
together on a new 
album, Watch the 
Throne, and even went 
out on a brief two- 
month tour to support 
the album. With only 33 
performances, the Jay-Z/ 
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as a way to quickly 

get information to 

consumers. Retailers, 

magazines and 

various other outlets 

began placing the 

barcodes in various 

locations, allowing 

users to scan with their 

phones for additional 

content. If you have 

a smartphone, try 

scanning the QR codes 

located throughout this 

publication to access 

additional content. 



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After a public feud, 
producers fired actor 
Charlie Sheen from the 
popular sitcom Two 
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his lead character was 
even killed off in the 
show's storyline. Ashton 
Kutcher replaced Sheen 
in the cast for the new 
season, and the show 
continued to be a hit. 



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Entering its third season, 
Glee maintained its 
status as a hit. The cast 
went on a live concert 
tour. A spin-off reality 
show, The Glee Project, 
also began with the 
winners getting a shot 
to appear on the main 
show. 




A GIANT WIN ► 

The New York Giants 

defeated the New 

England Patriots, 21-17, 

in Super Bowl XLVI. 

New York quarterback 

Eli Manning, playing 

in the Indianapolis 

stadium made famous 

by his older brother 

Peyton, led the Giants 

on a game-winning 

touchdown drive in the 

last four minutes and 

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MVP for the second 

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The leadership of North Korea 
passed from father to son when 
Kim Jong II (right) died of a heart 
attack and his youngest son, Kim 
Jong Un (third from right), became 
ruler. Although North Korean lead- 
ers called Kim Jong Un the Great 
Successor, officials worldwide 
were unsure of his readiness to 
lead the nation, known for its 
strong military and poor human 
rights record. 




▼ CARS OF THE 
FUTURE 

Cars powered by 
electricity, such as the 
Nissan Leaf and the 
Chevy Volt, became 
more readily available 
for those interested 
in energy efficiency. 
However, selling for 
$35,000-$40,000 meant 
the cars were still out 
of the price range for 
many. 




▲ ARAB SPRING 
CONTINUES 

The Arab Spring 
uprisings of 2011 
continued into 2012. 
Egyptians returned 
to Tahrir Square to 
protest the temporary 
government, and 
violence increased when 
a military police officer 
was seen beating a 
woman. In Syria, more 
than 5,000 people 
died in 2011 during 
government protests, 
while the government 
said it was cracking 
down on what it called 
armed terrorists. 



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NEW KING OF THE COURT ► 

Novak Djokovic amazed the tennis 

world with one of the greatest 

individual seasons ever. He won 

Wimbledon and the U.S. Open, while 

compiling a record of 70-6, then 

started 2012 by beating rival Rafael 

Nadal to win the Australian Open. 










▲ GUESS WHO'S 
BACK? 

After 1 4 years, MTV 
brought back its cult 
classic animated show 
Beavis and Butthead 
and began airing new 
episodes. A whole 
new generation got the 
chance to enjoy the dim- 
witted antics of heavy 
metal loving teens. 



We gOt into the 
water and swam to shore. 
I didn't really feel the 
water until I got out. Then, 
it was freezing." 

Patrick Capito, 
^ Costa Concordia 
passenger 

Source: MSNBC 



CRUISE CATASTROPHE ► 

At least 1 7 people died when the 

cruise ship Costa Concordia hit rocks 

close to shore off the coast of Tuscany, 

Italy. After the impact and blackout, 

passengers said they were told there 

was only an electrical problem. Only 

when the ship began to tilt did the 

4,200 passengers and crew decide to 

get their life jackets. 



^ PAIN IN THE NECK 

Indianapolis Colts 
quarterback Peyton 
Manning missed the 
entire NFL season after 
going through three 
surgeries to fix disc 
problems in his neck. 
Without the 4-time 
MVP, the Colts struggled 
to a 2-14 season. 
Manning's ability to 
come back became 
a constant source of 
discussion. 




STEWART BACK ► 
ON TOP 

NASCAR driver Tony 

Stewart won five 

races on the way to 

winning the Sprint Cup 

Championship. Stewart's 

title was his third Cup 

championship, and it 

ended the five-year 

reign of Jimmie Johnson. 




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SECRET 

Popular ABC Family 
drama The Secret 
Life of the American 
Teenager capped off its 
third season with title 
character Amy Juergens 
accepting a marriage 
proposal from her 
boyfriend. The highly 
anticipated fourth season 
returned in March. 






▲ GREAT YEAR 
FOR GRIFFIN 

Baylor quarterback 
Robert Griffin III racked 
up more than 4,600 
yards passing and 
rushing, accounted for 
45 touchdowns and led 
the Bears to a school- 
record 10 wins, which 
was good enough to win 
the Heisman Trophy. 



A HAPPY HOLIDAYS 
FROM BIEBS 

The raging popularity of 
Justin Bieber continued, 
as the pop star released 
a Christmas album, 
Under the Mistletoe, 
which immediately 
debuted at the top of 
the charts. 

▲ ANGEL ALBERT 

Slugger Albert Pujols 
surprised many in the 
baseball world by leav- 
ing the world champion 
St. Louis Cardinals to 
sign a free agent deal 
with the Los Angeles 
Angels of Anaheim for 
1 years, worth more 
than $250 million. 



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GAMING IN 3D ► 

Nintendo released the 

handheld Nintendo 

3DS, which was the 

first video game unit 

able to project 3D 

effects without the use 

of special glasses. More 

than 400,000 3DS units 

quickly sold out in the 

first week. 

LOOK OUT 
FACEBOOK ► 

Google launched a 

new social networking 

website called Google+, 

which was designed 

as an alternative and 

competitor to Facebook. 

Google+ used "Circles" 

and "Hangouts" to 

categorize friends. In 

its first six months, 

Google + attracted 90 

million users. 





T STILL ON 
THE SCENE 

The third album from 
Selena Gomez & the 
Scene, called When 
the Sun Goes Down 
ended up becoming the 
best selling one yet for 
Gomez and her band. 



"I will recover and will 
return, and we will work 
together again, for Arizona 
and all Americans." 

Rep. Gabrielle Gif fords 

Source: ABCnews.com 



GIFFORDS ► 
RESIGNS 

One year after being 

shot at an event to 

meet with constituents, 

Rep. Gabrielle Giffords 

of Arizona resigned 

her seat in Congress. 

Giffords had spent the 

past year relearning to 

talk and walk after being 

shot in the head. She 

said she would recover 

and return to Congress. 





▲ NEITHER RAIN NOR SNOW... 

The U.S. Postal Service faced money 

troubles and looked at cutting back 

on services. The USPS planned to stop 

next-day service for first-class mail. 

There also was talk about closing a 

couple hundred post offices and mail 

facilities and dropping Saturday mail 

delivery. 

BELIEVE IT ► 

The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the 

Texas Rangers in the 201 1 World 

Series, including a miraculous 

comeback in Game 6. Twice down 

to their final out and final strike, the 

Cardinals rallied both times to win in 

extra innings and force the series to a 

Game 7. 



NEW FOOD RULES ► 

The USDA issued new 

standards for school 

lunches beginning for 

the next school year, 

including calorie ranges 

for different age groups 

and less sodium and fat. 

Fruits and vegetables 

also must be offered, 

but students will not be 

required to take them. 




< HEADING FOR 
INJURY 

A new study showed 
that heading a soccer 
ball a lot may cause 
brain damage. The 
study, done at Albert 
Einstein College of 
Medicine in New York, 
found damage in people 
who were heading the 
ball about 1 ,300 times 
a year. 




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► 2011 Box Office 

1 . Harry Potter and the 
Deathly Hallows, Part 2 

2. Transformers: Dark of 
the Moon 

3. The Twilight Saga: 
Breaking Dawn, Part 1 

4. The Hangover, Part 2 

5. Pirates of the 
Caribbean: On Stranger 
Tides 

Source: boxofficemoio. < :< >m 



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THE STORY ENDS ► 

More than 1 4 years after the release 

of the first book, and nearly 1 years 

after the release of the first movie, the 

pop culture phenomenon of Harry 

Potter came to a close with the last 

movie, Harry Potter and the Deathly 

Hallows - Part 2. By the end, the 

tales of the boy wizard captured the 

imagination of an entire generation. 








TRAGEDY ON ► 
THE TRACK 

Two-time Indy 500 

winner Dan Wheldon 

died from injuries he 

sustained in a crash 

during a race at the Las 

Vegas Motor Speedway 

in October. The 33-year 

old Wheldon was a 

popular sports star in 

his home country of 

England. 




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LINSANITY! 

Jeremy Lin, an undrafted 
basketball player from 
Harvard, signed on with 
the New York Knicks 
as the first Chinese- 
American player in NBA 
history. After injuries 
gave Lin a chance in 
the lineup, he became 
an overnight sensation 
by averaging 27 points 
a game in his first two 
weeks as a starter. 




A AMONG THE BEST 

George Clooney and 
Shailene Woodley starred 
in the movie The Descen- 
dents, and led the field 
of Best Picture nominees 
at the Oscars. Other 
Best Picture nominees 
included Moneyball, 
Extremely toud and 
Incredibly Close and 
Hugo. 




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Two years after its 
launch, the makers of 
mobile video game app 
Angry Birds announced 
that the game had been 
downloaded more 
than 500 million times 
across various platforms. 
The success took the 
game mainstream, with 
stuffed animals, T-shirts 
and other products 
becoming popular items. 




▲ WEB SURFING 
ON THE GO 

Tablet computers, such 
as Apple's iPad 2, the 
Amazon Kindle Fire 
and the NOOK tablet, 
remained very popular 
items. With a viewable 
area much bigger than 
a smartphone, and easy 
touchscreen navigation, 
users took their tablets 
with them everywhere. 





▲ SUCCESSFUL 
SIBLINGS 

The Band Perry, a new 
country group made 
up of singer Kimberly 
Perry and her brothers 
Reid and Neil, gained 
notoriety for their self- 
titled debut album. The 
act won Best New Artist 
at the CMA Awards, as 
well as Song of the Year 
for "If I Die Young." 



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OUT THERE? 

Using the Kepler space 
observatory, NASA 
astronomers discovered 
a pair of planets roughly 
the same size as Earth 
about 950 light years 
away. While the 
temperatures on the 
new planets were an 
unlivable 1,400 degrees, 
their discovery brought 
hope that projects like 
Kepler will continue to 
successfully find new 
planets. 



"Don't let the 

noise of others' opinions 
drown out your own 
inner voice. And most 
important, have the 



heart and intuition. They 
somehow already know 
what you truly want to 
become." 

Steve Jobs, 
* 1955-2011 

Source: 2005 Stanford 
Commencement 



A VISIONARY GONE 

Steve Jobs, the co- 
founder and CEO 
of Apple, Inc., who 
brought the world 
products such as the 
iMac, iPod, iPhone and 
iPad, died after an eight- 
year battle with cancer. 
Millions mourned Jobs, 
considered by some to 
be the most influential 
technology pioneer of 
his generation. 




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▲ ROLL TIDE! 

The Alabama Crimson 
Tide defeated the LSU 
Tigers, 21-0, in college 
football's BCS National 
Championship Game. 
The conference rivals 
faced off for the second 
time in the season. 
While LSU won the 
first meeting, Alabama's 
defense held the Tigers 
to just 5 first downs to 
dominate the second 
game. 



▲ UNNATURAL 
NATURAL DISASTERS 

In 2011, the United 
States had a record 
12 weather disasters. 
These included 
massive flooding of 
the Mississippi River; 
a severe drought and 
wildfires in the southern 
Plains and southwest 
U.S.; and Hurricane 
Irene along the East 
Coast. 



LABOR NEGOTIATIONS were ; 
problem for both the NFL and NBA. 
A lockout by NFL owners disrupted 
training camp, and threatened the 
start of the season before a very 
late settlement. Even once the NFL 
season began, some felt a rash of 
early injuries and sloppy play was 
due to the lost offseason. 

An NBA lockout did interrupt the 
start of the basketball season, with 



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season began on Christmas Day. 

Once the NBA season started, the 
shortened regular season became a 
grind, with teams playing the 66- 
game schedule in a tight, four-month 
timeframe. 

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A LIBERATION IN LIBYA 

Libyans revolted against 
their government and 
eventually killed their 
dictator of 42 years, 
Moammar Cadhafi, in 
October. Rebels fought 
government soldiers for 
eight months with the 
help of NATO, including 
U.S. forces. 





< ELECTION YEAR 

Although Republican 
candidates for president 
had been participating 
in debates for months, 
the 201 2 primary season 
began in January with 
the Iowa caucuses and 
the New Hampshire 
primary. Frontrunners 
for the Republican 
nomination included 
Rep. Michele Bachmann 
of Minnesota, former 
House Speaker Newt 
Gingrich, Rep. Ron Paul 
of Texas and former 
Massachusetts Gov. 
Mitt Romney all seeking 
to oppose President 
Barack Obama in the fall 
election. 



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A BEST SELLER ► 

The latest entry in the 

Call of Duty series of 

video games, Modern 

Warfare 3, sold more 

than 6.5 million copies 

in the U.S. and U.K. 

within 24 hours of going 

on sale in November. 

Those numbers made 

it the most successful 

video game launch of 

all-time. 




▲ TIME FOR TEBOW 

Denver quarterback Tim 
Tebow gained notoriety 
for leading the Broncos 
to an unlikely six-game 
winning streak, with 
many of the games 
needing late comebacks. 
The former Heisman 
Trophy winner's knack 
for taking to a knee in 
prayer on the sideline 
became known as 
"Tebowing." 



DAYS 

The marriage of 

Kim Karclaishian 

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Source: Parade 
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MTV'S CHOICE ► 

Katy Perry needed help carrying 

home all the hardware she 

won at the MTV Video Music 

Awards. With 10 nominations 

entering the night, Perry 

won Video of the Year, Best 

Collaboration (with Kanye 

West) and Best Special Effects. 

ROLLING IN THE HITS ► 

The hit single "Rolling in the 
Deep" from British pop star 

Adele sold more digital copies 

in the U.S. (nearly 6 million) 

than any song ever had in a 

single year. Her album, 21, 

became the best selling record 
of the year. 






A QUAKE RATTLES 
MONUMENT 

The Washington 
Monument was 
expected to be closed to 
the public for repairs for 
at least a year after a 5.8 
magnitude earthquake 
in August. A team 
rappelled the 555-foot 
structure and found most 
of the damage occurred 
at the top. Other 
buildings, including the 
National Cathedral, also 
were damaged. 




A JUST BORN THIS 
WAY 

Lady Gaga's latest 
album, Born This Way, 
sold more than a million 
copies in one week, 
she was nominated for 
three Grammy Awards 
and the Guinness Book 
of Records declared she 
had more followers than 
anybody on Twitter at 
more than 13 million. 

▲ NOT SO FAST, 
NETFLIX! 

Popular DVD-by-mail 
provider Netflix experi- 
enced a rough year with 
its strategic direction. 
The company was 
bombarded with nega- 
tive feedback after an- 
nouncing it was splitting 
its online streaming and 
DVD mail services into 
two plans. In the third 
quarter of 2011 alone, 
Netflix lost 800,000 
subscribers. 









T STILL A FIGHTER 

Tennessee's Pat 

Summitt, the winningest 

coach in women's 

basketball history, 

announced before the 

start of the season that 

she had been diagnosed 

with early-onset 

Alzheimer's disease. 

Using a plan that gave 

more responsibility to 

her assistants, Summitt 

stayed on the job and 

again had the Lady Vols 

in the top 10. 



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COMING HOME ► 
FROM IRAQ 

Most U.S. troops 
stationed in Iraq were 
home by Dec. 31, 
ending the eight- 
year conflict there to 
fight terrorism and 
remove Iraqi President 
Saddam Hussein from 
power. About 100,000 
U.S. troops were in 
Afghanistan, continuing 
the fight against the 
Taliban, and a few 
thousand of the troops 
that were in Iraq were 
to be redeployed to 
Afghanistan. 




< GONE TOO SOON 

Amy Winehouse, the 
British singer-songwriter 
known for her powerful 
voice and numerous 
hits, died of alcohol 
poisoning at her London 
home. An album of 
previously unreleased 
recordings put out after 
Winehouse's death im- 
mediately became her 
highest debuting record 
in the U.S. 



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► Skirts above 


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and bow ties 


► Legging jeans 
(jeggings) 

► Scarves and 
cowl necks 
on sweaters 


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FOUND GUILTY 

Michael Jackson's 
doctor, Conrad 
Murray, was found 
guilty of involuntary 
manslaughter in the 
death of the famed 
singer. Jackson died of 
propofol intoxication, 
and testimony given 
during Murray's trial 
showed the doctor 
gave Jackson propofol 
nearly every night for 
two months to help him 
sleep. Murray received 
the maximum sentence 
-four years in jail. 




< ONE GOAL SHORT 

The U.S. lost to Japan 
in the final match at 
the Women's World 
Cup in Germany. Twice 
the U.S. led with only 
minutes left, first in 
regulation and then in 
overtime, before Japan 
tied it with late goals. 
The Japanese then 
won the penalty kick 
shootout to win its first 
ever Women's World 
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GROWING DEBT ► 

The ever-increasing U.S. 

debt was a hot topic. 

Amid the question of 

raising the debt limit, 

House Speaker John 

Boehner and President 

Barack Obama reached 

a deal on spending cuts, 

avoiding the possibility of 

the U.S. defaulting on its 

debt. Then a bipartisan 

Congressional super 

committee was unable to 

agree on how to reduce 

the national debt. 



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A BEYOND WALL 
STREET 

To protest corporate 
greed, thousands of 
people joined the 
Occupy Wall Street 
movement, which was 
organized in New York 
City and spread across 
the country. The group's 
members said they were 
trying to bring attention 
to the plight of the 99% 
of Americans against the 
richest 1%. 



A CONTAMINATED 
CANTALOUPE 

Thirty people died, ar 
146 became sick, fror 
eating cantaloupe tha 
contained the listeria 
bacteria, the Centers 
Disease Control said. 
The cantaloupes, fron 
a Colorado farm, wen 
recalled from grocery 
stores in 28 states. Th 
deaths occurred in 12 
states. 



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